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Department of Public Health and Welfare 

TENTH 

CENSUS 

OF 

NEWFOUNDLAND AND 
LABRADOR, 1935 



PART I. VOLUME II. 



FAMILIES AND DWELLINGS, 

OCCUPATIONS AND EARNINGS, 

BUILDINGS 




ST. JOHN'S, NFLD. 

Printed by The Evening Telegram, Ltd. 

1937 



ERRATUM 

Appendix A, Volume I. 

In the chronological table under the date 1613, occur the 
words "St. John's Newfoundland founded — sixty two persons 
wintered who had been left by Whitbourne. (The British Empire 
in America, Vol. 1, page 7)." 

In 1522, Sabine reports forty to fifty houses in Newfound- 
land and the consensus of opinion amongst historians is that 
those houses or the greater number of them were in St. Johns. 

In 1527, John Rut, in a letter to Henry VIII, reports four- 
teen vessels fishing from St. John's Harbour (Prowse, History 
of Newfoundland, 2nd Ed., pp. 40-41) . 

In 1582, Sir Thomas Hampshire laid down the rule that 
property in St. John's could only be retained by constant up- 
keep and permanent possession. 

In 1583, Sir Humphrey Gilbert found a permanent and 
relatively large town when he formally annexed possession to 
the Crown of England in the name of Queen Elizabeth. 

In 1583, Sir George Peckham. a patron and associate of 
Gilbert, recommended the fortification of the town. 

These notes tend to show an error in the authority quoted 
in Volume I, and this amendment is added accordingly. 



3 WELFARE 



imissioner for Public 
; of the tenth Census 



action I deals with 
iccupations and earn- 
s, Business Premises, 
the year ended June 



HALFYARD, 
Statistical Officer. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE 



D-. H. M. Mosdell, 

Secretary for Public Health and Welfare. 

Sir, 

Herewith for submission to .. Honourable Commissioner for Public 
Health and Welfare, Part I of Volun^ Ii of the Report of the tenth Census 
of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1935. 

This part of the Census is in two sections. Section I deals with 
families and dwellings and Section II deals with the occupations and earn- 
ings of the people ; also records the number of Factories, Business Premises, 
etc., and gives a short analysis of unemployment for the year ended June 
30th, 1935. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient Servant, 

W. HALFYARD, 

Statistical Officer. 
St. John's, April 30, 1937. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



SECTION I.— FAMILIES AND DWELLINGS 

Table 1. Families and Dwellings, 1857-1935. 

Table 2. Number of Persons per House and per Family, by Districts, 1935 

Table 3. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts, 1935. 

Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and Settlements, 
1935. 

Table 5. Classification of monthly rent paid, by Districts, 1935. 

Table 6. Classification of value of owned dwellings, by Districts, 1935. 

Table 7. Families and Dwellings, City of St. John's. 

Table 8. Classification of Monthly rent paid and value of owned dwellings, 
City of St. John's. 



SECTION II.— OCCUPATIONS, EARNINGS AND BUILDINGS 
Occupations and Earnings 

Table 1. Per cent, of earnings of each Industry to total Earnings. 

Table 2. Number in various occupations, Census Years 1857-1921. 

Table 3. Number occupied and per cent, of total population, 1857-1935. 

Table 4. Total males and females in selected occupations and earnings 
reported, year ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and 
Labrador. 

Table 5. Classification of Earnings, male and female, for Newfoundland 
and Labrador, year ended June 30th, 1935. 

Table 6. Males and Females, according to earnings classification and Class 
of Workers, by Districts. 

Table 7. Class of Workers, male and female, for Newfoundland and 
Labrador and number living on Income. 

Table 8. Number reporting earnings by Sex and Industry Groups, year 

ended June 30th, 1935. 

Buildings 

Table 9. Barns, Stables, Factory Buildings, etc., 1891-1935. 
Table 10. Barns, Stables, Factory Buildings, etc., by Districts, 1935. 
Table 11. Barns, Stables, Factory Buildings, etc., by Settlements, 1935. 
Appendix — A Classification of Industries. 



SECTION I. 

Families and Dwellings. 



Census of Newfoundland and Labrador 

1935 



FAMILIES AND DWELLING HOUSES 

The total number of occupied houses in Newfoundland and Labrador 
as given in the Census Returns of 1935, is 54,198. This figure gives 5.3 
persons to each house. 

These occupied houses afford accommodation to 60,569 families, and 
the number of persons per family is 4.7. When a comparison is made of 
the number of families to the number of occupied houses, it is found that 
about 6,400 of these houses have two tenements under one roof, and this 
provides for two families ; in 1921 about 4,950 houses had two tenements 
under one roof. 

HOUSES OWNED AND RENTED 

The question regarding "houses owned or rented, value of owned 
houses and monthly rent paid" did not appear in the Census Schedules of 
previous Censuses, consequently comparisons with respect to the subject 
matter cannot be made. 

The number of houses owned by the occupants is 46,996 or 86.7% of 
the total number occupied; the number of occupied houses, rented, is 
7,202 or 13.3%. The value of all owned dwelling houses in Newfoundland 
and Labrador exceeds $32,000,000. 

A total of 7,323 families made returns of the monthly rent paid by 
them and 412 stated they paid no rent. In addition to these 5,838 families 
made no returns whatever regarding monthly rent. It would appear, how- 
ever that these families are living with their parents or relations, use one 
or two rooms in the house and do not pay rent. If the total number paying 
rent and total number owning houses in Tables 5 and 6 are added for each 
particular district, the result will be the total number of families in the 
District. 

The various Tables which follow give details of the value, etc., of 
dwellings, by Districts and Settlements. 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 1. Families and Dwellings, 1857-1935 



FAMILIES 



DWELLINGS 



YEAR 


No. of 
Families 


No. of 

Persons 

per Family 

___ 


i 

No. of 
Houses 
Occupied 

i 


NO. Of ; 

Vacant 
Houses 

i 


No. of 
Rooms 


No. of 

Persons per 

Occupied 

House 


1857 


18,364 
23,177 
24,050 
31,476 
34,016 
39,419 
45,582 
48,892 
54,198 


908 
936 
1,006 
1,873 
1,830 
1,891 
2,370 
2,369 
2,344 




6.8 


1869 








6.3 


1874 








6.7 


1884 








6.3 


1891 








5.9 


1901 








5.6 


1911 


49,178 
53,848 
60,569 




261,716 
290,077 
312,271 


5.3 


1921 

1935 


4.9 
4.7 


5.4 
5.3 



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Table 2. Number of Persons per House and per Family, by Districts, 1935 



DISTRICT 



White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista North 

Bonavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear - Bay de Verde . 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main - Bell Island 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Ferryland 

Placentia and St. Mary's .... 

Placentia West 

Burin 

Fortune Bay - Hermitage ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George - Port au Port .. 

Humber 

St. Barbe 

Labrador 



No. of Persons 


No. of Persons 


per House 


per Family 


5.8 


5.1 


5.3 


4.7 


5.8 


5.3 


5.1 


4.4 


4.8 


4.4 


5.5 


4.6 


4.6 


4.2 


4.9 


4.4 


5.1 


4.5 


5.3 


4.6 


5.1 


4.6 


4.4 


4.1 


5.3 


4.0 


5.8 


5.1 


5.6 


5.0 


4.7 


4.5 


5.1 


4.9 


4.9 


4.6 


5.1 


4.5 


5.4 


4.6 


5.5 


4.8 


5.9 


5.4 


5.8 


5.2 


6.1 


5.2 


5.6 


,4.9 



Note: The number of persons per house for Labrador is calculated on a 
population of 4,443, which figure is exclusive of 273 Indians of 
North West River, Voisey's Bay and Davis Inlet. These Indians 
have no fixed place of abode, are constantly on the move and live in 
tents when settled for any length of time. 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 3. Number of Families and Dwe 


llings, by D 

(WELLING H 


istricts 




1 




I 


OUSES 




DISTRICTS 


« , V- 

'-* dj u tU 

f> a .a ft 

n o B Co 
3 « ' C o 

1 

59,6241 53,411 


z> 

2,344 


a S 

3 & 

zo 

46,258 


(4 

8a 
3 « 
•ZK 


.* 

3 a 

q o 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 




7,153 


1 
309,178|$31,844,748 

1 




945 


787 


i 


738 


49 


3,093 


274,520 




60,569 


54,198 


2,344 


46,996 


7,202 

1 


312,271 


132,119,268 


1. White Bay 


1,723 


1,501 


11 


1,434 


1 
671 8,070 


$ 482,425 




1,742! 1,596 


S8 


1,530 


66J 8,956 

1 ] 


569,715 


3. Grand Falls 


1 
2,6881 2,464 


11 


1,379 


1,085 13,528] 


1,284,415 


4. Twillingate 


1,990| 1,7301 62 


1,677 


53 


9,507! 

i 


630,208 


5. Fogo 


2,155 1,955| 22 
| 


1,900 


55 


9,911 


531,995 


6. Bonavista North 


2,6901 2,230| 102 


2,153 


77 


12,250 


1,006,065 


7. Bonavista South 


! 2,792| 2,5581 113 
1 I 


2,485 


731 14,081 

r i 


1,119,875 


8. Trinity North 


| 2,8631 2,-592| 157 
1 II 


2,442] 150| 15,848 
| 


1,059,105 


0. Trinity South 


| 2,456] 2,188] 110 


2,029; 1591 12.407 


1,020,585 


10. Carbonear-Bay de Verde ... 


| 2,887| 2,525| 296 
1 1 1 


2,405! 120| 16,452 

| 


1,521,495 


11. Harbour Grace 


1 1,632| 1,480| 138 

I 1 1 


1,347 1331 8,475 


749,195 


12. Port de Grave 


1 2,153] 1,973| 212 

I | 


1,893| 80 11,543 


1,155,000 


13. Harboud Main-Bell Island. 


1 3,056) 2,852| 161 
1 1 


2,286 


566 


16,519 


1,791.625 


14. St. John's West 


i 5,838| 5,0491 159 

1 1 l 


3,247 


1,802 


30,152 


5,477,400 


15. St. John's East 


1 1 
1 5,030| 4.494! 184 

i | 


3,098 


1,396 


29,013 


5,S87,800 




1 1 

1 1,4901 1,416 

1 1 


112 


1,347 


69 


9,029 


696,500 


17. Placentia and St. Mary's... 


1 1,709| 1,647 


86 


1,576 


71 


10,302 


871,800 


18. Placentia West 


| 2,092| 1,920 


82 


1,890 


30 


9.88S 


502,300 


]9. Burin 


1 

| 2,327 2,083 


62 


2,007 


76 


12,204 


942,600 


20. Fortune Bay-Hermitage .. 


j 

. 2,416 2,100 

j j 


45 


2,051 


49 


11,919 


736,400 


21. Burgeo and LaPoile 


.1 1,913| 1,680 

i i 


| 38 


1,579 


101 


S.603 


589,400 


22. St. George-Port au Port .. 


. 1,802 


| 1,662 


86 


1,567 


| 95 


9,4S6 


826,200 


23. Humber 


,| 2,907 


1 2,634 


4 


1,898 


736 


14,994 


1,985,700 


24. St. Barbe 


1 

1,273 


1 1,082 


3 


1,038 


44 


6,041 


416,945 




1 

| 946 

1 


1 787 
1 




738 


49 


3,093 


274,520 

.... 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



13 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



Is s 

IS'SS 

3 CO 

55 b 



District of White Bay .... 

1. LaScIe 

2. Brent's Cove 

3. Harbour Round .... 

4. St. Barbe Islands.... 

5. Woodstock 

6. Pacquet 

7. Ming's Bight 

8. Baie Verte 

9. Coachman's Cove .... 

10. Fleur-de-Lys 

11. Wild Cove 

12. Lobster Harbour.... 

13. Big Cove 

14. Seal Cove 

15. Middle Arm 

16. Stuckless Cove 

17. Back Cove 

18. Western Arm 

19. Bear Cove 

20. Granby Island 

21. Pumbley Cove 

22. Purbeck's Cove 

23. Westport 

24. Pound Cove 

25. Hampden 

26. Gold Cove 

27. George's Cove 

28. Beaches 



1,723 



■a 

t, ai u 

550 £> 



*J 



1,501 



107 


90 


28 


24 


IS 


13 


24 


19 


33 


30 


27 


27 


20 


17 


5 


4 


51 


48 


55 


49 


11 


11 


2 


2 


2 


2 


34 
l 


27 


6 


5 


1 


1 


10 


9 


16 

1 


16 


11 

1 


10 


9 


8 



.n $ 
3 S 
550 



6 

17 

9 ! 

22 
2 
5 

7 



11 1,435 



cp 'O 

3 i 

55« 



65 



90! 
241 
13 
19 
30 
27 
17 

4 

18 
49 
11 

o 

2 
27 
5 
1 
9 

2! 

I 
101 

I 

SI 

5; 

6 1 

15 

i 

1 

9! 

I 
14 

2 

5 

7 



14 



m *2 



8,070 



0-1 M 

3 p a> 

ciM 
>OQ 



$482,425 



646 


% 42,620 


125 


5,760 


55 


1,850 


121 


5,110 


146 


5,620 


176 


8,770 


68 


2,685 


13 


770 


258 


15,005 


261 


16,230 


77 


8,400 


7 


130 


8 


330 


157 


7,955 


21 


900 


6 


200 


44 


1,900 


72 


300 


50' 

1 


3,000 


33' 


1,100 


29 


650 


30 1 

i 


1,075 


100' 


3,760 


34 : 


800 


126 


5,980 


14j 


SOO 


19 


860 


25; 


790 



14 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



29. Burton's Cove 

30. Hannah's Cove 

31. Brown's Cove 

32. Sop's Arm 

33. Sop's Island 

34. Jackson's Arm 

35. Coney Arm 

36. Little Harbour Deep 

37. Big Harbour Deep .... 

38. Williamsport 

39. Hooping Harbour .... 

40. Cat Cove 

41. Canada Harbour 

42. Wild Cove 

43. Canada Bay 

44. Englee 

45. Groais Island 

46. Conche 

47. Crouse 

48. Croque (Croc) 

49. St. Julien's 

50. Grandois 

51. Fishot Islands 

52. Main Brook 

53. Lock's Cove 

54. Ireland Bight 

55. Goose Cove 

56. Back Goose Cove .... 



a o 6 



6 

j 
26 j 

37 

68 

11 

8 
43 
32 
32 

2 
22 



109 

32 

I 

90 j 

I 

J 
5 

4| 

10! 

13 

1(1 

B 

81 






31 

6J 

6 
24 
34 
59 
10 

7 
36 
28 
27 

2 
21 

7 

9 
91 
29 
88 

6 

5 

4 

9 
13 
10 

6 

7 
29 

5 



DWELLING HOUSES 



'Si 



1 




«t) 


0) 13 


■Q 2 


j- o 


a S 


3n 


2 fc 


s « 


•zo 


55« 


1 


1 



I 
18 



„| 

29J 

I 

S5' 

6 



7 




35 


1 


28 




27 




1 


1 
1 


21 


'' 



to 

q o 



EM -J. 

* * s 

d |S £ 



13 


220 


2( 


490 


32 


1,410 


93 


2,105 


144 


4,635 


293 


15,055 


43 


1,100 


36 


750 


142 


3,550 


145 


5,250 


124 


6,250 


4 


20 


106 


5,450 


25 


385 


40 


365 


520 


21,850 


171 


7,065 


491 


30,050 


2S 


1.140 


29 


770 


14 


2S0 


41 


1,415 


73 


1,270 


4S! 

I 


1,360 


35 


820 


59 


6,400 


167| 


12,605 


19! 


220 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



15 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



57. St. Anthony 

58. St. Anthony Bight ... 

59. St. Carol's 

60. Great Braha 

61. Little Braha 

62. St. Lunaire 

63. Griquet 

64. Quirpon 

65. L'Anse au Pigeon ... 

66. Cape Bauld 

67. Noddy Bay 

68. Spillar's Cove 

69. Hay Cove 

70. L'Anse au Meadow ... 

71. Cape Onion 

72. Raleigh 

73. Cook's Harbour 

74. Wild Bight 

75. Cape Norman 

76. Boat Harbour 



55 fc 



146 

25! 

18] 

j 

23] 
15 
36] 

73 

i 
171 

I 
61 

II 

11 

6 1 

3 

I 
5 

30' 

391 

43; 

14J 
2] 

a' 



.3 p. 

s 3 
5 u 

3 o 
550 



1241 

191 
12! 
231 

"i 

30 

! 

in' 

16 

I 

5 1 
I 

1| 

I 

81 

5 

2 

5 

27 

32 

32 

13 

1 



DWELLING HOUSES 





! 


JSS 




a n 


9S 


3 a 


3 fe 


55 > 


550 




T 



111 1 

19; 
12; 
22! 
131 
30' : 
61 
16 
5 



4> T3 
JO 0) 

55tf 



13 



S p. 

O o 

KO 



902| 
112 

53 
110 

90 
134 
291 

58 

19 



39 

23 

10 

22 

125 

167 

147 

65 



27 



<w Ml 

o a 
•& .5 

4> * S 

3 d m 



96,070 
10,050 
3,285 
6,400 
6,150 
9,155 
21,810 
3,170 
1,200 



2,060 

S60 

200 

600 

12,005 

18,300 

8,330 

6,100 



1,050 



16 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Green Bay 

1. Point of Bay 

2. Charles Brook 

3. Waldron's Cove 

4. Fortune Harbour 

5. Fleurrie's Bight 

6. Spencer's Cove 

7. Rowsell's Cove 

8. Moore's Cove 

9. Cottrell's Cove 

10. South, East Arm 

11. Point Leamington 

12. Paradise & Babby's Arm 

13. Leading Tickles East .... 

14. Leading Tickles West .... 

15. Glover's Harbour 

16. Lock's Harbour 

17. Winterhouse Cove 

18. Jim's Cove 

19. Card's Harbour 

20. Triton East 

21. Triton West 

22. Brighton Island 

23. Head's Harbour .... 

24. Pilley's Island 

25. Robert's Aim 

26. Port Anson 

27. Miles Cove 



H o a 
55 fe 



1,742 



DWELLING HOUSES 



as 

550 



ag 



0) rrf 

550 



1,596! 



19 

8 

5 

84 

2 

1 

2 

12 

24 

IS 

75 

15 

10 

53 

6 

10 

11. 

13 

12' 
I 

281 
i 

44 

I 
35] 

21 

t 

106 

12 

5 6 J 

13| 
I 



18| 

7l 

5 

i 
74 



2 

1 

1 

12 

23 
17 
64 
11 
10 
48 

6 
10 

9 
12 
11 
26 
43 
32 
IS 
103 
12 
I!) 
12 



I 



88! 1.530 



as 



66 i 



So 

q o 
KO 



26 
2 
1 



18 
7 
5 

71 

1 
1 

12 

23 

17 

63! 

1 

I 

111 

I 

10. 

i 

48! 

6j 

10 

II 

I 

12 

11 

26 

i 
43) 

IS 
97 
12 
49 
12 



84j 
42i 
36 

4ie| 

10 
4 
6 

47| 

152j 

1 

92! 

I 

383j 

61: 

I 
4l' 

274] 

30 

3S 

37 

57 ! 
164j 
2071 
149! 
107] 
544! 

49| 
257! 

6l! 



o a 

2"§2 

SCO- 

a** 



8,956| $569,715 



$ 8,070 
5,150 
5,200 

28,100 

300 

400 

400 

3,850 

10,460 
6,100 

46,075 
6,020 
2,135 

12,810 
1,100 
1,460 
1,215 
3.530 
2.900 
9,150 
7,525 
4.320 
4,165 

23,690 
1,915 

13,680 
2.0S0 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



17 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 






B $ 






II 

eg 






2 CDS 

s d <t> 

A fc fe 



28. Paddock's Bight j 7 

I 

29. Wellman's Cove 11 

30. Lush's Bight i , 

31. Beaumont South 56 

32. Beaumont North :;u 

33. Little Bay Islands 114 

34. South Brook I i 

35. Beachy Cove : 

36. Springdale 176 

37. Dock Cove ;'. 

38. St. Patrick's : ' 

39. Noble's Cove i 

40. Shoal Arm In 

41. Ward's Harbour 

42. Woodford's Cove i; 

43. Little Bay i:: 

44. Wild Bight 

45. Southern Arm i:' 

46. Three Arms 

47. King's Cove 

4S. Harry's Harbour I I 

49. Nickey's Nose Cove - 

50. Langdon's Cove 6 

51. Jackson's Cove 28 

52. Silverdale 16 

53. Birchy Cove 1 

54. Mansfield 7 

55. King's Point 59 



6 
9 

41 

47 

26 
103 

11 

2 

160 

3 

21 
1 
9 
8 
6 

13 
6 

11 
7 
8 

39 
6 
6 

28 

16 
1 
6 

53 



6 
9 

41 

47 

26 

92 

9 

2 

147 

3 

21 
1 
9 
8 
6 

12 
6 

10 
7 
8 

37 
6 
6 

26 

15 
1 
6 

53 



11 

2 



13 



26 

50 

249 

256 

135 

665 

39 

7 

968 

11 

132 

5 

49 

42 

3S 

SO 

43 

50 

51 

30 

217 

27 

19 

145 

93 

9 

37 

315 



1,110 

3,330 

16,880 

21,590 

10,250 

62,750 

620 

105 

82,090 

450 

7,800 

600 

2,350 

2,600 

2,290 

7,270 

2,070 

2,420 

2,800 

710 

11,220 

1,250 

1,140 

7,205 

5,050 

200 

1,510 

11,525 



IS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



55 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 



I s 

ZO 



55 > 



0) ^3 

550 



5s 
IS 



« 






S a a> 



56. Bulley's Cove 

57. Rattling Brook 

58. Middle Arm 

59. Burlington 

60. Smith's Harbour 

61. Stocking Harbour 

62. Rouge Harbour 

63. Nipper's Harbour 

64. Bobby's Cove 

65. Indian Burying Place 

66. Snooks Arm 

67. Round Harbour 

68. Tilt Cove 

69. Caplita Cove 

70. Shoe Cove Brook 

71. Shoe Cove Bight 

72. Cape St. John, Gull Island 



17 
29 
29 
46 
13 
10 

8 
75 

6 
10 
10 
20 
13 

6 
14 
22 

2 



14 

2!) 

27 

42 

13 

9 

7 

74 

5 

8 

9 

1!) 

12 

6 

13 

19 

1 



14 

28 

24 

39 

13 

9 

7 

70 

5 

8 

9 

18 

4 

5 

13 

18 



94 

169 

119 

259 

69 

47 

41 

430 

32 

56 

54 

118 

79 

18 

S6 

92 



3,150 
8,575 
4,430 

10,905 
1,533 
1,510 
1,750 

30,300 
1,950 
3,000 
2,060 
S.000 
1,075 
370 
5,950 
4,180 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



19 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





SETTLEMENTS 


Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 




•a 

ZO 


a d 


a g 

£0 


5« 


■a 

m.2 

a » 
§3 


°^.a 

p a a; 

cj P ^ 


Distrit 


:t of Grand Falls 

Gaff Topsail 

Millertown 


2,688 


2,464 


11 


1,379 


1,085 


13,528 


$1,284,415 


1. 


4 


4 






4 


18 




2. 


1 


1 






1 






3. 


69 


61 




23 


38 


369 


$ 16,625 


4. 


Millertown Junction 


18 


18 




9 


9 


110 


5,700 


5. 


Buchans 


1S5 


179 




3 


176 


855 


1,125 


6. 


Buchans Junction 


6 


6 




4 


2 


29 


900 


7. 


Rushy Pond 


8 


6 




6 




27 


1,430 


8. 


Grand Falls 


711 


649 


1 


144 


505 


4,241 


300,900 


9. 


Grand Falls Station 


293 


277 


1 


198 


79 


1,129 


1,384,490 


10 




2 


2 






2 


4 




11. 


Bishop's Falls 


354 


309 


9 


171 


138 


1,646 


138,075 


12. 


Peter's Arm 


182 


166 




148 


18 


761 


105,570 


13. 


Botwood 


223 


207 




175 


32 


1,215 


224,450 


14. 


Northern Arm 


43 


43 




41 


2 


233 


44,750 


15. 


Phillip's Head 


12 


12 




12 




34 


2,430 


16. 


Sandy Point 


2 


2 




2 




13 


1,350 


17. 


Gienwood 


27 


24 




17 


7 


121 


6,400 


IS. 


Badger 


78 


76 




48 


28 


441 


71,420 


19. 


Notre Dame Junction 


5 


5 




2 


3 


22 


900 


20. 


Norris Arm 


137 


132 




102 


30 


623 


60,190 


21. 


Little Rattling Brook 


6 


4 




4 




10 


275 


22. 


Indian Point 


1 


1 




1 




6 


150 


23. 


Burnt Arm 


28 


23 




22 


1 


82 


5,540 


24. 




46 


42 




41 


1 


257 


16,820 


25. 




5 


5 




5 




43 


1,945 


26. 




6 


4 




3 


1 


15 


1,150 


27. 


Lard's Arm 


1 


1 




1 




1 


50 



20 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





s 

3 


CO 
CD 

si 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


-a 




•2 * 

ZO 


Number 
Rented 




Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


28. Stanhope 




23 


20 




20 




105 


10,700 


29. Little Burnt Bay 




16 


13 




13 




53 


4,225 


30. Mason's Cove 




24 


18 




18 





57 


5,350 


31. Salt Pond 




22 


19 




18 


1 


86 


5,395 


32. Lewisporte 




150 


135 




128 


7 


918 


112,110 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



21 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Twillingate 

1. Exploits 

2. Black Island 

3. Samson's Island 

4. Michael's Harbour .... 

5. Campbellton 

6. Comfort Cove 

7. Newstead 

8. Turtle Creek 

9. Loon Bay 

10. Birchy Bay 

11. Emberley's Pond .... 

12. Boyd's Cove 

13. Beaverton 

14. Port Albert 

15. Dog Bay West 

16. Summerford 

17. Cottle's Island 

18. Luke's Arm 

19. Bridgeport 

20. Hayward's Cove 

21. Whale's Gulch 

22. Western Head 

23. Moreton's Harbour .... 

24. Wild Cove, Little Hr. 

25. Tizzard's Harbour .... 

26. Crow Head 

27. Wild Cove 



3 d 



DWELLING HOUSES 



3 O 

zo 



I 

1,990 1,730 



-I- 



63 
37 
15 

7 

100 

33 

33 

1 
28 
54 

7 
66 

2 
23) 
28 
88 
26 
16 
48 

3 
25 
17 
7fi 

3 
52 
52 
25 



60 
32 
15 

6 
82 
28 
30 

1 
24 
43 

7 
56 

2 
20 
27 
75 
23 
15 
43 

3 
21 
14 
68 

2 
43 
46 
22 



■2 S 

a 3 

3 03 



£"3 

■2 « 

a a 

3 i* 
Zo 



Ml 

eg 



62 



1,677 



55 
30 
15 

6 
80 
26 
30 

1 
22 
42 

7 
55 

2 
20 
27 
74 
23 
15 
42 

3 
21 
14 
67 

2 
43 
40 
21 



53 



a q 
§3 



9,507 



412 
164 

83 

38 
441 
142 
127 
4 
159 
229 

28 
297 

11 
111 
145 
352 
118 

70 
232 

15 
109 

75 
427 

10 
257 
239 
142 



3 fl cp 
d £ i* 
>OQ 



$630,208 



$ 26,775 

13,800 

5,370 

2,890 

37,070 

4,830 

3,775 

50 

12,150 

10,490 

775 

11,350 

650 

3,230 

4.863 

28,050 

9,250 

6,05C 

26,380 

900 

9,240 

5,060 

50,900 

150 

21,850 

13,280 

10,360 



22 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



S o a 



DWELLING HOUSES 



,Q P, 

S " 



11 1=1 



3 £ 



•2™ 
IS 



S Pi 



K< 



a £ I* 



28. Paradise 

29. Back Harbour 

30. North Side 

31. South Side 

32. Hart's Cove 

33. Jenkin's Cove 

34. Sandy Cove 

35. Burnt Island Tickle.... 

36. Durrell 

37. Gillesporte 

38. Little Harbour 

39. Purcell's Harbour .... 

40. Smooth Cove 

41. Black Duck Cove 

42. Kettle Cove 

43. Manuel's Cove 

44. Gillard's Cove 

45. Bluff Head Cove 

46. Long Point 

47. Hillier's Cove 

48. Wild Cove Road 

49. Ragged Point .... 

50. Robbins Cove 

51. Chanceport 

52. Bridger's Cove 

53. Carter's Cove 

54. Virgin's Arm .... .'. 

55. Fairbank 



1 

en 

74 

107 

16 

30| 
I 



9S| 

I 
75| 

I 

18] 

I 
17 

2 



19 
22 
28 

4 

6 
11 
14 

9 
10 

4 
23 
35 
14 



1 
55 
09 
101 
14 
24 

7 

7 
82 
66 
16 
15 

2 

5 



1G 

17 

21 

4 

6 

11 

12 

8 

9 

3 

22 

34 

11 



1 

52 

60 

93 

14 

24 

7 

7 

79 

64 

16 

15 

2 

6 
16 
17 
20 

2 

i; 

10 

12 

7 

9 

3 

22 

34 

11 



320 

460 

644 

67 

149j 

I 
311 

38J 

465 

395 

112 

S6 

13 

38 

35 

74 

S5 

AS 

19 

2S 

1 

65 

83 
42 
33 

10 
76 

107 

57 



500 

15,925 

34,300 

33,330 

2,910 

10,150 

1,440 

1,950 

19,903 

21,940 

5,090 

4,880 

250 

1,700 

1.195 

2,940 

3,790 

4,573 

300 

845 

3,120 

3,300 

1,850 

1,900 

350 

4.S21 

4,930 

5.050 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



23 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



as! 



DWELLING HOUSES 



I 3 



2f> 



a « 
zo 






■a 

as 



°_.s 

01 ^ — 



56. Tilt Cove 

57. Salt Pans 

58. Seal Cove 

59. Burnt Cove 

60. Trump Island 

61. Indian Cove 

62. Lobster Harbour .... 

63. Merritt's Harbour .... 

64. Salt Harbour Island 

65. Bacalhao 

66. Sunnyside 

67. Ship Island 

68. Too Good Arm 

69. Green's Cove 

70. Pike's Arm 

71. Cobb's Arm 

72. Hatchet Harbour 



13 
20 

6 
18 

7 
13 

4 
22 
59 

1 
30 
27 
29 
11 
41 
24 



16 

6 
14 

5 
11 

2 
17 
52 

1 
25 
25 
26 
10 
33 
22 

4 



23 
25 
20 
10 
33 
22 
4 



39 
S8 
3G 
52 
21 

no 
n 

85 
297 
6 
142 
147 
134 

46 
151 

95 

32 



3,550 
10,400 
5,000 
2,565 
1,030 
5,150 
1,400 
8,600 
24,870 



15,700 
17,750 
7,420 
1,350 
5,660 
4,130 
2,800 



24 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 




DWELLING 


HOUSES 




SETTLEMENTS 


•a 

s-< a) 
a; .-, 

£0 


eg 


u 

■5 « 
zo 


.0 


•a 

"3 


•a 

in .2 

S « 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


District of Fogo 


2,155 


1,955 


22 


1,900 


52 


9,911 


$531,995 


1. Lumsden South 


43 


38 




38 






173 


$ 9,100 


2. Lumsden North 


59 


56 


4 


56 






259 


14,490 


3. Deadman's Bay 


13 


12 




12 






47 


1,070 


4. Anchor Brook 


2 


2 




2 






6 


130 


5. Penguin Island 


1 


1 










4 




6. Peckford's Island 


2 


1 










6 




7. Outer Wadams 


1 


1 










4 




8. Doting Cove 


135 


116 


6 


114 




2 


523 


18,040 


9. Musgrave Harbour 


103 


85 


7 


84 




1 


412 


15,695 


10. Ragged Harbour South 


15 


15 




15 






67 


1,965 


11. Ragged Harbour North 


3 


2 




2 






9 


250 


12. Ladle Cove 


48 


44 




43 




1 


212 


15,800 


13. Aspen Cove 


22 


18 




IS 






75 


4,190 


14. Alder Harbour 


2 


2 




2 






7 


90 


15. Carmanville 


149 


139 




139 






630 


47,715 


16. Noggin Cove 


35 


33 




33 






151 


8,550 




36 


36 




36 






142 


5,810 


18. Beaver Cove 


6 


6 




6 






17 


450 


19. Mann Point 


29 


29 


1 


29 






93 


5,250 


20. Main Point 


11 


11 


4 


10 




1 


65 


3,980 


21. South Sid«, Gander Bay .... 


25 


21 




21 






107 


3,595 


22. Clarke's Head 


67 


63 




G2 




1 


266 


16,590 


23. Wing's Point 


12 


10 




10 






44 


2,140 


24. Victoria Cove 


52 


48 




47 




1 


222 


12,575 


25. Rodgers' Harbour 


12 


11 




11 






39 


1,150 




4 


3 




3 






10 


120 


27. Two Mile Point, Horwood... 


2 


o 




2 






7 


50 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



25 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



lbs 



DWELLING HOUSES 



zo 



* s 



a g 

3 & 
£0 






a & 



* a> 3 
3 a a> 

* £ £ 
>OQ 



28. Island Cove, Horwood 

29. Horwood 

30. Island Harbour 

31. Hare Bay 

32. Fogo 

33. Lock's Cove 

34. Eastern Tickle 

35. Lion's Den 

36. Little Fogo Islands.... 

37. Joe Batt's Arm 

38. Barr'd Islands 

39. Shoal Bay 

40. Cape Cove 

41. Oliver's Cove 

42. Tilting 

43. Sandy Cove 

44. Eastern Cove 

45. South Side, Indian Is. 

46. Perry's Island 

47. Stag Harbour 

48. Little Seldom 

49. Seldom Come By 

50. Wild Cove 

51. Change Islands 



23 
33 
36 
25 
243 

7 
15 

9 

4 

199 

103 

24 

12 

1 
94 

8 
15 
34 
17 
41 
11 
56 
13 
253 



20 
32 
33 
23 
220 

4 
13 

9 

4 

186 

93 

16 

12 

1 
94 

8 
14 
29 
16 
36 
11 
51 
13 
212 



20 
25 
32 
23 
200 

4 
13 

9 

4 

184 

92 

16 

12 

1 
93 

8 
14 
29 
16 
30 
11 
50 
13 
200 



20 



12 



111 
147 
157 

S3 
1,192 
29 
80 
43 
18 

954 

526 

84 

58 

4 

466 
40 
71 

164 
97 

183 
59 

288 

56 

1,404 



10,240 
3,985 
6,985 
3,660 
104,540 
2,650 
6,550 
1,950 
700 

44,880 

21,010 

3,410 

3,390 

600 

27,080 
1,630 
2,380 
6,030 
4,880 
7,320 
2,570 

15,690 
3,115 

57,955 



26 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Bonavista North .... 

1. Cape Freels 

2. Cape Island 

3. Pinchard's Island 

4. Newtown 

5. Templeman 

6. Pound Cove 

7. Wesleyville 

8. Brookfield 

9. Cross Cove 

10. Badger's Quay 

11. South West Islands .... 

12. Tinker's Island 

13. Pool's Island 

14. Valleyfield 

15. North West Arm 

16. South West Arm 

17. Safe Harbour 

18. Port Nelson 

19. Shambler's Cove 

20. Newport (New Hr.) .... 

21. Sydney Cove 

22. N. W. Arm (Indian Bay) 

23. Round Harbour 

24. Trinity, B.B 

25. Wellington (Shoal Bay) 

26. Hare Bay 

27. Greenspond 



Bofi 
3 a! 



DWELLING HOUSES 



XI ft 

3 o 
zo 



■5 § 

Z> 



3 9 

zo 



|« 



2,690 



I 



2,230| 102 2,153 



47 


40 


1 


40 


25 


24 


1 


24 


85 


67 


6 


67 


119 


103 


9 


102 


50 


39 


1 


39 


62 


48 


2 


47 


255 


195 


2 


188 


6G 


50 


1 


50 


4 


3 




3 


77 


58 




54 


11 


9 




9 


26 


22 




22 


75 


57 


9 


55 


81 


66 




65 


2S 


20 




20 


12 


11 




11 


50 


46 




45 


33 


30 


1 


30 


14 


14 


1 


14 


27 


20 




20 


27 


19 


2 


19 


12 


11 




10 


8 


5 




5 


51 


40 




40 


58 


46 


4 


44 


75 


56 


2 


55 


224 


211 


19 


196 



77 



to .2 

§5 



■a .5 

5. ft v 
a £ £ 



12,250 



$1,006,065 



224 

146 

413 

7421 

267| 

323| 

1,096 

284 

15 

326 

45 

107 

272 

375 

117 

fin 

260 

153 

71 

84 

9E 

57 

25 

213 

191 

311 

1,077 



$ 8,950 

5,470 

14,150 

32,790 

8,830 

17,650 

132,650 

29,400 

2,200 

22,430 

3,780 

5,720 

15,880 

43,690 

7,390 

8,700 

26,690 

7,900 

3,200 

5,800 

7,600 

5,030 

2,250 

17,560 

14,500 

31,280 

65,130 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



27 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



o a 

CO 



DWELLING HOUSES 



£3 Pi 

S o 

go 






S*8 

■2 « 

zo 



IS 



■a 
to.S 

o 3 
o u 



B s ? 

>ofl 



28. Ship Island | 

29. Silver Fox Island I 

30. Fair Island I 

31. Wareham | 

I 

32. Paul's Island 

33. Middle Brook 

34. Dark Cove 

35. Gambo 

36. Alexander Bay Station .. 

37. Saunders' Cove 

38. Glovertown North 

39. Glovertown Centre 

40. Angle Brook 

41. Glovertown South 

42. Troytown 

43. Cull's Harbour 

44. Rosedale 

45. Burnt Island 

46. Bragg's Island 

47. Deer Island 

48. Green's Island 

49. Gooseberry Island 

50. St. Brendan's 

51. Hayward's Cove 

52. Dock Cove 

53. Shalloway Cove 

54. Penney's Cove 

55. Coward's Island 



20| 

39| 
57 
22 
22 
7S 
7?, 
00 
3 
24 
31 
73 
12 
35 
35 
7 
5 
9 
41 
21 
14 
43 
61 
15 
21 
19 
3 
3G 



I 



1 

18 l 


1 
1 


15 


1 

26 




26 


41 




39 


IS 




18 


16 




16 


05 


6 


60 


00 


4 


57 


59 


1 


53 


3 






20 




20 


29 


3 


29 


62 


8 


55 


11 


1 


4 


31 


8 


28 


32 


2 


32 


7 




7 


5 




5 


6 




6 


36 




36 


16 




16 


10 


1 


10 


39 




39 


54 


5 


54 


13 




13 


20 




20 


18 




18 


3 




3 


30 




30 



98! 

I 

132 

2441 

751 

S7| 

360| 

297 

367 

17 

119 

173 

365 

74 

100 

172 

37 

31 

26 

142 

89 

47 

18 

265 

45 

71 

92 

13 

178 



5,550 

9,700 

17,750 

4,120 

7,500 

29,540 

24,040 

41,200 



9,440 

16,650 

39,785 

3,800 

12,150 

23,540 

2,290 

6,100 

4,100 

13,280 

8,700 

4,600 

8,570 

26,660 

2,650 

6,340 

13,010 

1,350 

16,530 



28 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued) 





& 
3 
s 
Z 


cd 

o a 
as 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


!h CD 

CD •« 

s o 


■° s 
ss 

3 eg 

2> 


■2 * 

a 

zo 


3 CD 


cfl.S 

a » 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


56. North Island 




24 


19 




19 




93 


10,100 


57. Flat Island 




94 


79 




79 




416 


46,650 


58. Burnside 




42 


36 




36 




229 


23,550 


59. St. Chad's 




22 


18 


1 


18 




106 


9,900 


60. Hermit Cove 




3 


3 




3 




IS 


2,400 


61. Clay Cove 




11 


10 




10 




46 


5,500 






7 


7 




5 


2 


31 


1,400 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



29 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



B'SB 

3 ti 
55 fc 



DWELLING HOUSES 



■a 






t-i 






.o p. 


■Q c 


ES 


S3 p3 


3 o 


=3 o3 


550 


£!> 



0>^J 

B g 

3 £ 
520 



OJ 



CD 



■a 

I* 





-a 


W 


CD 


R 


Pi 


o 


3 


o 




tf 


O 



rt fee £ 



District of Bonavista South 

1. Eastport 

2. Wild Cove 

3. Dark Cove 

4. Bishop's Harbour .... 

5. Salvage 

6. Barrow Harbour 

7. Sandy Cove 

8. Happy Adventure .... 

9. Charlottetown 

10. Terra Nova 

11. Port Blandford 

12. Bunyan's Cove 

13. Canning's Cove 

14. Musgravetown 

15. Bloomfleld 

16. Lethbridge 

17. Brooklyn 

18. Portland 

19. Jamestown 

20. Winter Brook 

21. Sweet Bay 

22. Charleston .... 

23. Southern Bay 

24. Princeton 

25. Long Beach 

26. Summerville 

27. Plate Cove West 



2,79: 



2,558 



84 
3 
9 
27 
54 
1 
36 
66 
43 
11 
109 
78 
40 
95 
77 
60 
4U 
27 
32 
26 
34 
25 
38 
26 
9 
75 
26 



76 

3 

8 
22 
46 

1 

27 

54 

38 

10 

100 

72 

34 

81 

66 

52 

37 

26 

31 

24 

31 

19 

37 

23 
I 

9| 

70 

I 
23| 



ii: 



2,485 



73 



75 
2 
8 
22 
43 
1 
27 
53 
38 
4 
96 
72 
34 
SO 
66 
51 
36 
26 
31 
24 
30 
19 
36 
22 
9 
68 
23 



14,081 



459 
12 
48 
141 
267 
3 
162 
354 
200 
46 
632 
364 
177 
551 
447 
296 
232 
190 
191 
135 
162 
114 
214 
160 
42 
361 
117 



$1,119,875 



49,700 

200 

2,550 

10,800 

11,875 



21,700 
46,870 
13,300 

1,250 
47,145 
22,400 

9,080 
45,400 
33,900 
24,200 
19,200 
14,600 
19,150 
11,200 
14,530 
16,200 
24,410 
22,750 

3,150 
33,920 

7,470 



30 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. Plate Cove East 

29. Open Hall 

30. Red Cliff 

31. Tickle Cove .... 

32. Keels 

33. Broad Cove .... 

34. King's Cove .... 

35. Stock Cove 

36. Knight's Cove 

37. Hodderville 

38. Upper Amherst Cove 

39. Middle Amherst Cove 

40. Lower Amherst Cove 

41. Newman's Cove 

42. Birchy Cove 

43. Bonavista .... 



fog 



58 
37 
27 
31 
98 
38 
90 
19 
36 
6 
44 
11 
14 
90 
24 
1,015 



-a 

,£} ft 
I 3 

a o 



57 
35 
27 
30 
92 
36 



DWELLING HOUSES 



a o 
a a 



86 


13 


19 


3 


36 


2 


4 




39 


1 


11 




14 




88 




22 




942 


72 



S g 
a £ 
ZO 



57 
35 
26 
30 
911 
36 
82 
19 
36 
4 
39 
11 
14 
SS 
22 
900 



II 



"«.S 

S » 
o a 
o u 



42 



242 
157 
120 
127 
398 
182 
440 

87 
145 

16 
240 

61 

89 
581 
131 

4,988 

I 



■w bo 
o h 

? c <1) 



13,255 
7,770 
6,110 
3,720 

13,380 
7,260 

38,490 
5,290 

10,240 
1,600 

15,200 
3,100 
5,940 

33,340 

9,120 

419,110 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



31 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



3 4 



DWELLING HOUSES 



■a 
- a) 

irs 
I s 

3 o 



3 ri 



CD FQ 

E rt 

3* 



as 



■a 

a a 

O 3 
o « 



o g 

41 £ — 

£ a » 

"3 £ £ 



District of Trinity North 

1. St. Jones Without 

2. Butter Cove 

3. Gooseberry Cove 

4. Southport 

5. Little Harbour 

6. Little Heart's Ease 

7. House Cove 

8. Caplin Cove 

9. Hodge's Cove 

10. Island Cove 

11. Long Beach 

12. Queen's Cove 

13. Black Brook 

14. North West Brook 

15. Ivany's Cove 

16. Dark Hole 

17. Hillview 

18. Hatchet Cove 

19. St. Jones Within 

20. Loreburn 

21. Hickman's Harbour 

22. Inglewood 

23. Adeyton 

24. Deep Bight 

25. Lady Cove 

26. Foster's Point 

27. Elliott's Cove 



2,8631 2,592 



157 



26 
17 
33 
30 
11 
55 

6 
19 
54 

S 
21 
20 

7 
13 

3 

6 
40 
17 
26 

9 
84 

1 
11 
15 
23 
21 



15 

49 

7 

22 

18 

7 

9 

O 

6 
35 
16 
26 

9 
73 

1 

9 
13 
19 
20 



2,442 



150 



15,848 



24 

16 

31 

26 

10 

47 

6 

15 

49 

7 

22 

18 

6 

9 

3 

6 

35 

16 

26 

9 

65 

1 

9 

13 

18 

19 



104 
76 

186 

138 
54 

305 
32 
91 

282 
40 

152 

115 
31 
36 
18 
33 

202 
88 

151 
52 

385 

7 

52 

76 

106 

113 
53 



51,059,105 



5,250 
3,250 

10,325 
6,180 
2,900 

14,900 
1,650 
5,430 

14,900 
2,900 

11,990 

7,350 

855 

1,800 

850 

1,600 

11,350 
4,100 
7,850 
2,650 

42,400 

400 

6,320 

6,150 

9,200 

10,050 
5,150 



32 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



fl'Sa 



DWELLING HOUSES 



£0 



a g 

3 ni 
2> 



Org 
■2 <" 

S a 
sis 



P 
a 9 



:« 






%.3 



28. Goobie's Siding 

29. Northern Bight 

30. Shoal Harbour 

31. Clarenville 

32. Random Head Harbour 

33. Deer Harbour 

34. Thoroughfare 

35. Lower Lance Cove 

36. Britannia 

37. Petley 

38. Aspen Cove 

39. Apsey Brook 

40. Snook's Harbour 

41. Milton 

42. George's Brook .. 

43. Barton 

44. Brickyard 

45. Harcourt 

46. Somerset 

47. White Rock 

48. Gin Cove 

49. Monroe 

50. Waterville 

51. Tythe's Cove 

52. Otter's Cove 

53. Clifton 

54. New Burn Cove 

55. Burgoyne's Cove 



4 
4 

68! 
951 

'] 
41 

14 

36 

22 

31 

6 

9 

14 

19 

33 

5 

2 

17 

25 

17 

12 

19 

6 

5 

1 

10 

13 

IS 



4 

4 

57 

88 

1 

38 

13 

31 

IS 

2S 

5 

8 

14 

15 

30 

4 

2 

15 

22 

13 

10 

IS 

5 

5 

4 

9 

12 

15 



4 

2 

53 

SO 

1 

38 

13 

31 

17 

2S 

5 

S 

14 

15 

30 

4 

2 

15 

22 

13 

10 

17 

3 



19 
19 

370 

525 
3 

171 
84 

146 
91 

145 
24 
46 
69 
89 

157 
31 
12 
SI 

on 

66 
54 

82 
19 
20 
IS 
37 
50 
64 



1,350 
200 

42,350 

62,350 
109 

15,190 
8,350 
7,200 
7,700 
6,350 
550 
2,000 
6,000 
6,900 

10,780 
2,100 
1,300 

10,550 
7,150 
7,800 
4,050 
8,850 
S00 
1,000 
600 
2,000 
2,000 
2,240 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



33 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



2 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 



zo- 



3 ti 



S"0 

S - 
3 P 



I! 
I* 



•a 

to .2 

a a 



t/) 
<w bJO 

°T3-S 

u » s 

3 d « 
cS p P 

>OQ 



56. Little Harbour 

57. Pope's Harbour 

58. Delby's Cove 

59. Ivanhoe 

60. Troytown 

61. Ireland's Eye 

62. Black Duck Cove .. 

63. British Harbour .... 

64. Kerley's Harbour .. 

65. White Point 

66. George's Cove 

67. New Bonaventure . 

68. Cat Cove 

69. Old Bonaventure .... 

70. Spaniard's Cove .... 

71. Trouty 

72. Dunfleld 

73. Goose Cove 

74. Fort Point, Trinity 

75. Trinity 

76. Lockston 

77. Trinity East 

78. Port Retxon 

79. Champney's West . 
SO. Champney's Arm .. 

81. Champney's East .. 

82. English Harbour .... 

83. Horse Chops 



IS 

4 

5 

22 

12 

32| 

I 

91 

I 

39| 

I 
20 

I 
5 

6 
21 

3 
31 

5 
43 
46 
22 

3 
109 
15 
82 
174 
46 
20 
55 
75 

2 



16 

4 

5 

18 

11 

29 

S 

36 

II) 

5 

6 

21 

3 J 

29| 

I 

1 

371 
39 
18 
2 
103 
14 

78 

I 
155] 

I 
43| 

I 
1S| 

I 
52! 

72| 



16 

4 

5 

18 

11 

28 

7 

35 

19 

5 

(i 

21 

3 

28 

4 

36 

34 

17 

2 

88 

14 

75 

150 

43 

IS 

50 

71 



15 



84 

14 

29 

95 

42 

168 

49 

180 

111 

27 

42 

117 

17 

153 

20 

200 

230 

100 

12 

618 

77 

636 

1,072 

285 

120 

369 

506 

10 



3,470 

485 

1,050 

5,750 

2,680 

10,340 

1,950 

10,350 

6,000 

1,650 

1,450 

6,050 

350 

5,810 

500 

5,980 

5,650 

3,140 

1,100 

48,495 

1,950 

39,210 

34,495 

10,830 

5,300 

15,580 

23,590 



34 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number Of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



Number 

of 
Families 




DWELLING HOUSES 




Number 
Occupied 


Number 
Vacant 


Number 
Owned 


Number 
Rented 


■0.2 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


51 


46 


5 


45 


1 


311 


17,650 


140 


129 


4 


82 


47 


934 


60,800 


143 


132 


16 


111 


21 


1,072 


62,570 


62 


60 




59 


1 


425 


20,660 


127 


105 




105 




715 


83,650 


22 


22 


2 


22 




119 


15,100 


19 


18 


2 


18 




120 


14,460 


8 


6 


4 


6 




37 


4,950 


173 


162 


9 


158 


4 


934 


86,200 


31 


29 




29 




124 


8,050 


14 


14 




13 


1 


68 


4,250 


11 


7 





1 




37 


2,000 



84. Melrose 

85. Port Union 

86. Catalina 

87. East Point 

88. Little Catalina .... 

89. Ma'berly 

90. Neck 

91. Sandy Cove 

92. Elliston 

93. Spillar's Cove .... 

94. Lancaster 

95. Villa Verte 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



35 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





SETTLEMENTS 


Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 




•a 

.n ft 


ag 

3 aj 


3 -a 
.ft a) 

a g 

3 P 

£0 




■a 

a » 
§3 


m 

1-1 M 

<ri P P 
t>OQ 


Distri 


3t of Trinity South 


2,456 


2,188 


110 


2,029 


159 


12,407 


$1,020,585 


1. 


29 


26 




26 




181 


14,390 


2. 


Sibley's Cove 


22 


18 




18 




124 


5,580 


3. 


Torquay 


8 


7 




7 




40 


1,815 


4. 


Brownsdale 


37 


33 


2 


32 


1 


230 


14,250 


5. 


Whale's Brook 


13 


H 




11 




76 


4,815 


6. 


New Melbourne 


54 


50 


2 


49 


1 


315 


13,695 


7. 


Hant's Harbour 


15S 


142 




139 


3 


915 


42,140 


8. 


New Chelsea 


64 


59 




58 


i 


36S 


21,300 


9. 


. 


245 


212 


8 


203 


9 


1,172 


67,970 


10. 


Turk's Cove 


15 


14 


4 


14 




68 


1,990 


11. 




151 


141 


11 


136 


5 


763 


67,150 


12. 


Heart's Content 


231 


220 


23 


196 


24 


1.30S 


181,800 


13. 


Heart's Desire 


38 


37 


4 


36 


1 


170 


8,455 


14. 


Heart's Delight 


135 


120 




118 


2 


651 


55,870 


15. 


Islington 


48 


43 




43 




224 


15,670 


16. 


Cavendish 


58 


48 




4S 




233 


23,200 


17. 




29 


28 




28 




168 


11,200 


IS. 


Green's Harbour 


139 


131 


13 


129 


2 


S15 


64,200 


19. 


Hopeall 


35 


28 




2S 




179 


14,400 


20. 


New Harbour 


152 


134 


12 


128 


6 


763 


64,880 


21. 


South Dildo 


20 


16 


2 


16 




79 


3,400 


22. 


Broad Cove 


5 


5 




5 




26 


1,300 


23. 


Dildo 


107 


103 


12 


100 


3 


5S3 


38,050 


24. 


Blaketown 


46 


36 




35 


1 


167 


17,180 


25. 


Markland 


122 


83 






83 


334 


32,480 


' 26. 


Whitbourne 


99 


90 




79 


11 


467 


73,480 


27. 


Old Shop 


22 


21 




21 




122 


15,630 



36 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



So a 

3 (ft 



DWELLING HOUSES 



I 3 
3 o 

20 



eg 

3 <ft 



3* 



•2- 



T3 



t3 a 

3 a a) 
"3 Is >* 



28. Spread Eagle 

29. Little Ridge 

30. Chapel Arm 

31. Norman's Cove 

32. Long Cove 

33. Thornlea 

34. Bellvue 

35. Chance Cove 

36. Rantem 

37. Rantem Station 

38. Arnold's Cove Station 

39. Sunnyside 



11 

9 

45 

67 

23 

16 

36 

19 

5 

1 

1 

69 



11 

9 

44 

67 

22 

16 

36 

48 

4 

1 

1 

67 



48 
261 
379 
107 

97 
218 
234 

24 

5 

5 

440 



2,515 

2,700 

22,475 

28,165 

6,010 

8,000 

20,670 

9,780 

660 

150 

100 

43,050 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



37 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

1. Carbonear 

2. Victoria 

3. Freshwater 

4. Clown's Cove 

5. Flatrock 

6. Blow-me-down 

7. Otterbury 

8. Salmon Cove 

9. Perry's Cove 

10. Spout Cove 

11. Kingston 

12. Lower Small Point 

13. Mulley's Cove 

14. Broa Cove South 

15. Broad Cove North 

16. Blackhead 

17. Adam's Cove 

18. Bradley's Cove 

19. Western Bay South 

20. Western Bay North 

21. Ochre Pit Cove 

22. Smooth Cove 

23. Long Beach 

24. Northern Bay 

25. Gull Island 

26. Burnt Point 

27. Job's Cove 



ofi 

CO 



DWELLING HOUSES 



as 

£0 



2,887 



I 



2,525 



714 


670 


194 


87 


88 


78 


42 


40 


41 


35 


11 


11 


14 


13 


104 


86 


75 


66 


20 


15 


31 


25 


47 


42 


26 


24 


73 


66 


29 


28 


45 


43 


58 


55 


25 


23 


85 


74 


74 


66 


50 


46 


10 


8 


27 


25 


54 


52 


64 


54 


60 


47 


62 


59 



a g 

3 ca 







■a 


■9 o) 


u -a 


m.2 

a 9 


a g 

3 £ 

ZO 




§3 
#8 



296 



42 

39 

30 

5 

5 

7 

1 

23 

6 

4 

6 

9 

5 

29 

9 

8 

20 

2 

11 

10 

5 



*H Ml 

° s 



2,405 



598 
81 
71 
40 
35 
11 
13 
86 
06 
15 
25 
42 
24 
64 
28 
40 
51 
23 
73 
65 
46 
S 
24 
50 
52 
46 
59 



120 



16,452 



4,157 
977 
442 
207 
177 
56 
00 
471 
334 
114 
104 
278 
141 
400 
198 
30S 
370 
127 
514 
430 
329 
49 
144 
316 
242 
315 
3001 



$1,521,495 



I 



641,420 
94,105 
30,045 
17,410 
12,240 

3,450 

6,250 
36,780 
17,825 

7,500 

7,720 
16,330 

7,000 
28,825 
15,600 
18,950 
21,690 

6,075 
28,000 
24,200 
21,550 

3,640 
. 8,480 
21,780 
18,930 
24,510 
18,115 



38 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



f o! 



DWELLING HOUSES 



Eh 0> 
,Q ft 

ag 

ZO 



Ctl 



o» - 

& 
2 



zo 



a> 



-a 






Is 






28. Redlands 

29. Lower Island Cove 

30. Caplm Cove 

31. Low Point 

32. Bay de Verde 

33. Baccalieu 

34. Red Head Cove .... 

35. Grate's Cove 

36. Daniel's Cove .... 

37. Old Perlican 



5 

149 

41 

18 

179] 

2 ! 

42 

I 

142| 

I 

121 

1681 

I 



I 



5 

130 
36 
15 

16G 

2 

37 

126 
11 

159 



5 

124 

36 

14 

103 



18 



37 
123 

11 
156 



24 
869 
232 

78 
1,160 

14 
264 
869 

80 
1,170 



1,200 
53,540 
14,250 

3,130 
128,950 



25,700 

71,630 

4,725 

59.S90 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



39 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





SETTLEMENTS 


Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 






Eg 


S'o 

a ci 

ZO 




a 9 
§§ 


en 
■<u M 

°«.9 
CD Ju ~ 

3 a » 
73 P £ 
>OQ 


Distri 


2t of Harbour Grace 

Bristol's Hope 


1,632 


1,480 


138 


1,347 


133 


8,475 


$749,195 


1. 


35 


35 


4 


26 


9 


159 


$ 11,755 


2. 


Harbour Grace 


505 


478 


58 


380 


98 


2,863 


275,130 


3. 


Otterbury 


33 


30 


9 


29 


1 


175 


12,000 


4. 




61 


60 


6 


58 


2 


321 


28,100 


5. 


Thicket 


7 


7 




7 




34 


1,610 


6. 


Gullies 


10 


7 




7 




28 


2,200 


7. 


Harbour Grace, Southside.... 


98 

1 


91 


21 


S7 


4 


543 


52,095 


8. 


Bryant's Cove „ 


1 
64 

1 


54 


1 


53 


1 


396 


52,150 


9. 


Upper Island Cove 


202 


172 


7 


168 


4 


793 


36,375 


10. 


Spoon Cove 


42 


32 


3 


31 


1 


150 


9,560 


11. 


Bishop's Cove 


76| 


63 


3 


63 




338 


26,160 


12. 


Spaniard's Bay 


255| 
1 


230 


16 


219 


11 


1,405 


129,760 


13. 


Tilton 


77| 
I 


67 


3 


66 


1 


367 


27,450 


14. 


Goddenville 


1 

8| 


7 




7 




37 


2,450 


15. 


Shearstown 


1591 


147 


7 


146 


1 


866 


82,400 



40 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 






DWELLING HOUSES 



20 



C o 
3 C8 



a a, 

s s 

zo 



•ess 

a rt 



■a 
«» 

S Pi 

13 
«3 



C 



5 s £ 

ed £ £ 
>O0 



District of Port de Grave 

1. Mill Road 

2. Georgetown 

3. Brigus 

4. Gullies 

5. Roache's Line 

6. Gould's Road 

7. Cross Roads, Foley's Hill .. 



2,153 



1,973 



212 



8. Greenland 

9. Deep Gulch 

10. Southside 

11. Shark's Cove 

12. Cupids 

13. Salmon Cove .... 

14. Hodgewater 

15. Turk's Water 

16. Juniper Stump 

17. Emerald Vale 

18. Riverside Mills 

19. Springfield 

20. South River 

21. Broads 

22. Clarke's Beach 

23. Otterbury 

24. North River 

25. Hall's Town 

26. Dock 

27. Black Duck Pond .... 



■I 



....| 



12 

40 

210 

33 

16 

/ 23 

11 

7 

4 

44 

7 

151 



10 
38 
193 
30 
14 
23 



I 

io| 



431 



140 



32 


32] 


21 


21 


9 


1 
9 


28 


25 


1 


1 


3 


3 


16 


16 


68 


61 


37 


34 


136 


127 


24 


22 


54 


51 


68 


64 


31 


29 


25 


22 



1,893 



80 



10 

38 

181 

28 

14 

21 

10 

6 

3 

43 

7 

139 

31 

20 

9 

25 

1 

2 



1 


1 
16 


:? 


57 


4 


34 


2 


118 


3 


22 


IS 


49 


16 


62 


8 


28 


2 


22 



11,543 



49 

1S3 

1,236 

15S 

52 
104 

56 

31 

17 
268 

45 
839 
177 
111 

40 
130 



$1,155,000 



82 
342 
179 
679 
103 
246 
312 
152 

96 



$ 1,500 

11,825 

114,245 

9,890 

2,470 

4,550 

8,850 

2,350 

800 

24,750 

3,750 

76,840 

18,840 

9,080 

1,610 

12,395 

500 

1,200 

5,420 

32,700 

11,020 

64,420 

8,965 

32,960 

21,645 

20,450 

10,100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



41 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 






DWELLING HOUSES 



,2 Pi 

§5 

a o 
£0 



•° S 

Z> 



S g 
zo 



01 



o> 



a ° 



-a 



<4H bfi 

°_.s 

® « 3 

2. a « 
d £ £ 



28. Bareneed 

29. Sandy Cove 

30. Port de Grave 

31. Ship Cove 

32. Blow-me-down 

33. Hibbs' Hole 

34. Pick Eyes 

35. Coley's Point 

36. Country Road 

37. Bay Roberts 



C5 
15 
66 
67 
40 
16 
23 

199 
74 

477 



58 1 

I 
13 

55 

64 

38 

16 

22 

168 
70 

435 



16 
1 



5S 
13 
53 
61 
38 
16 
22 

166 
65 

405 



260 

72 

329 

295 

174 

84 

97 

1,079 

415 

3,022 



42,500 
8,750 

31,900 

19,140 

9,930 

6,050 

7,550 

114,775 

45,550 
355,730 



42 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



a; .Z 

S o s 

3 a 



DWELLING HOUSES 






B g 



a « 



a « 






w 

°_.g 

d £ £ 



District of Harbour Main-Bell Isld 

1. St. Thomas (Horse Cove)... 

2. Paradise 

3. Topsail Road 

4. Topsail 

5. Manuels 

6. Chamberlains 

7. Long Pond 

8. Fox Trap 

9. Codner (Middle Bight) 

10. Kelligrews 

11. Riverdale 

12. Upper Gullies 

13. Lance Cove 

14. Seal Cove 

15. Indian Pond 

16. Duffs, Holyrood 

17. Holyrood South 

18. Holyrood Central 

19. Holyrood North 

20. Newtown 

21. Salmonier Road 

22. Lake View 

23. Chapel's Cove 

24. Harbour Main 

25. Avondale 

26. Middle Arm 

27. Brigus Junction 



3,056 



2,852 



161 



2,286 



566 



46 

32 

29 

87 

4r! 

84 

143 

138 

64 

73 

2S 

62 

8 

35 

20 

8 

53 

65 

55 

23 

2 

33 

57 

127 

130 

9 

20 



44 
29 
28 
82 
40 
72 

131| 

I 
126| 



56 


1 
3 


69 


1 
3 


28 


1 


56 


8 


7 


3 


34 


6 


20 


2 


8 


1 


50 


12 


64 


6 


51 


10 


21 


1 


2 




30 


3 


53 


7 


123 


18 


125 


17 


9 


1 


19 





42 

29 

27 

70 

39 

70 

128 

122 

52 

66 

28 

56 

7 

32 

20 

8 

49 

58 

49 

21 

1 

30 

52 

122 

120 

9 

15 



16,519 



$1,791,625 



224 
131 
181 
582 
241 
431 
725 
621 
311 
465 
162 
327 

3S 
183 
113 

38 
350 
403 
302 
115 

20 
1S2 
291 
627 
622 

49 

95 



19,570 
10,680 
28,650 
82,515 
28,200 
51,780 
68,320 
54,320 
28,960 
53,350 
13.S50 
28,890 

2,950 
19,330 
14,470 

2,900 
52,770 
26,340 
26,340 
15,190 

4,000 
18,640 
34,930 
63,940 
71,355 

5,300 

5,205 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



43 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


"8 

zo 


B g 


U 

a g 

go 


P 
a u 


•a 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


28. Conception Harbour 

29. Kitchuses 

30. Bacon Cove 

31. Colliers 

32. Marysvale 

33. Bell Island 


165 
39 
29 

147 

61 

1,141 


152 
35 
28 

135 

57 

1,068 


21 
3 

15 

2 




152 
34 
28 

135 
56 

559 


i 
i 

509 


1,183 
254 
187 
895 
282 

5,889 


142,950 
14,725 
13,605 
86,205 
14,120 

655,665 



44 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



5 ° 5 
2 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 






Sra 



s S 
zo 



■2~ 

gs 






it 5s 
a £ £ 



District of St. John's West 

1. Ward 1 

2. Ward 2 

3. Ward 3 

4. Ward 4 

5. Ward 5 

6. Southside 

7. Freshwater Valley 

8. Boggy Hall Section, includ- 
ing Topsail Road, Waterford 
Bridge Road, Old Placentia 
Road, Craigmiller Avenue, 
Cowan Ave., Deer's Marsh 
Road, Cornwall Avenue, 
Blackmarsh Road, Mount 
Pearl Park, Mundy Pond 
Road, Road de Luxe and 
Old Railway Track 

9. Mental Hospital 

10. Kilbride Section, including 
Bay Bulls Road and Petty 
Harbour Road 

11. Blackhead Road 

12. Cape Spear 

13. Blackhead 

14. Freshwater Bay 

15. Petty Harbour 

16. Goulds 

17. Maddox Cove 

18. St. Phillip's 

19. St. Phillip's Hill 

20. Thorburn Road 

21. Portugal Cove, including Old 
Broad Cove Road, Witch 
Hazel Road and Protestant 
Town 



5,838 



437 

990 

621 

1,080 

1,012 

334 

1)1 



392 



80 
161 

2 

10 
1 
1C4 
77 
22 
90 
52 
38 

184 



5,049 



159 



3,247 



406 
849 
547 

866 

877 

270 

84 



362 



75 

147 

2 

9 

1 

148 

67 

18 

81 

45 

37 

158 



11 
20 

7 
36 
23 

9 
11 



17 



10 



292 
574 
281 
406 
427 
183 
74 



270 



66 
133 



1 
135 
64 
IS 
SO 
45 
36 

154 



1,802 



114 
275 
266 
460 
450 
S7 
10 



92 



9 
14 

2 

1 



30,152 



$5,477,400 



2,564 
5,639 
3,499 
5,285 
5,139 
1,623 
437 



2,059 



467 

455 

20 

53 

4 

820 

377 

105 

484 

250 

73 

819 



$ 918,500 
1,243,500 
616,300 
807,900 
762,100 
198,000 
62,000 



383,000 



79,700 
23,400 



4,700 
200 
91,300 
55,400 
14,500 
81,900 
34,500 
21,500 

79,000 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



45 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



S'SS 

3 cS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



■o S 1 

■3 o 



(1) -w 

S g 

3 cd 





! 

Si 


' S 5 


s s 


3 St 


l« 1 


ZO 



-a 



T3 -~ 

■3 is i* 



District of St. John's East 

1. Ward 1 

2. Ward 2 

3. Ward 3 

4. Ward 4 

5. Ward 5 

6. Quidi Vidi Section 

7. Major's Path Section, in 
eluding Mount Cashel, Tor- 
bay Road, Logy Bay Road, 
Sugar Loaf Road, Portugal 
Cove Road, Bauline Line, 
Mahon's Lane and Old Port 
ugal Cove Road 

8. Nagle's Hill Section 

9. Flatrock 

10. Torbay 

11. Logy Bay 

12. Outer Cove 

13. Middle Cove 

14. Pouch Cove 

15. Shoe Cove 

16. Biscayan Cove 

17. Cape St. Francis 

18. Bauline 



5,030 



879 
674 
270 
1,245 
589 
102 



244 
220 

89 

286 

47 

50 

28 

218 

20 

17 

2 

50 



4,494 



775 
562 
251 
1,105 
541 
05 



215 

211 
86 

263 
45 
47 
23 

200 

18 

11 

1 

45 



184 



3,098 



466 
297 
131 
694 
353 
73 



186 

178 
84 

258 
43 
47 
23 

194 
16 
11 



44 



1,396 


29,013 


309 


4,900 


265 


4,039 


120 


1,979 


411 


6,871 


188 


3,727 


22 


529 


29 


1,332 


33 


1,133 


2 


529 


5 


1,613 


2 


251 




286 




149 


6 


1,200 


2 


132 




66 


1 


5 


1 


272 



$5,887,800 



$1,322,600 

769,700 

410,000 

1,107,300 

1,340,500 

105,800 



240,800 

199,600 
39,600 

123,300 
29,300 
22,600 
15,900 

115,400 

17,000 

7,300 



21,100 



46 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



goS 



DWELLING HOUSES 






3 cd 



•2 « 
§ is 



c 
o 
o 



ti — . 

_3 a * 

"3 is •* 



District of Ferryland 

1. Goulds 

2. Big Pond 

3. Bay Bulls 

4. Witless Bay 

5. Mobile 

6. Tor's Cove 

7. Burnt Cove 

8. St. Michael's 

9. Bauline 

10. LaManche 

11. Brigus South 

12. Island Cove 

13. Admiral's Cove, (Cape 

Broyle) 

14. Shore's Cove 

15. Cape Broyle 

16. Calvert 

17. Ferryland 

18. Aquaforte 

19. Clear's Cove 

20. St. Bernard's 

21. Admiral's 

22. North Side 

23. Riverhead 

24. Kingman's 

25. Trixie's Cove 

26. St. Brendan's 

27. Blacksmith 



1,490 



1,416 



65 

7 

193 

165 

32 

76 

19 

8 

11 

14 

18 

8 

20 

6 

101 

75 

107 

37 

4 

1 

34 

10 

40 

27 

2 

2 

1 



60 

6 

182 

154 

32 

71 

18 

8 

11 

13 

IS 

8 

20 

I 
5| 

93 

72| 

96] 

33 
I 

41 

1 

I 

Mil 

9] 
40 1 

26 

I 

2| 

2| 
1 



112 

6 

1 

22 

29 

4 

11 

1 



1,347 



69 



51 

6 

166 

150 

31 
67 
IS 

8 
10 
12 
17 

6 

20 

5 

S7 

72 

90 

31 

4 

1 

33 

9 

40 

25 

2 

2 

1 



9,029 



361 

30 

1,147 

1,082 

160 

343 
76 
38 
59 
48 

122 
38 

124 

38 
616 
476 
662 
247 

21 

8 

217 

56 
251 
158 

14 
9 
1 



$696,500 



21,800 

1,900 

89,900 

56,000 

16,100 

47,000 

8,200 

4,500 

5,600 

5,200 

9,900 

1,000 

9,000 

2,600 

45,200 

27,700 

56,600 

14,100 

1,800 

600 

10,500 

1,700 

14,800 

10,200 

600 

400 

200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



ess 

3 rt 

S5 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 



S 3 

5 ° 



2t> 







H3 


o -a 


P-h rr-j 


10 .S 


3 ? 
£0 




§1 



3d* 



28. Bear Cove Point .... 

29. Renews 

30. Bear Cove 

31. Cappahayden 

32. Freshwater 

33. Cape Race 

34. Long Beach 

35. Drook 

36. Portugal Cove .... 

37. Biscay Bay 

38. Trepassey 

39. Trepassey Central 

40. Shoal Point 

41. Daniel's Point 

42. North West Arm . 

43. Cape Pine 

44. St. Shott's 



2 

US 

3 

IB 

1 

S 

5 

7 

38 

12 

SI 

53 

12 

24 

1 

2 

24 



2 

113 

3 

16 

1 
8 
5 

7 

381 

I 

12 

78 

I 
53 

U | 

23) 

.1 

2| 
I 

24| 



2 




9 


109 


4 


607 


3 




15 


16 




90 


1 




8 


1 


7 


53 


5 




37 


7 




45 


38 




288 


12 




80 


76 


2 


545 


53 




379 


12 




S9 


23 




175 


1 




8 




2 


S 


24 




188 



2,100 

39,400 

400 

5,600 
100 
700 

3,700 

3,900 
26,300 

6,900 
52,300 
53,000 

7,300 
13,200 

1,000 



17,500 



48 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



3 « 



DWELLING HOUSES 



2'| 

3 O 

■zo 



■° s 

r* re 

C o 

3 re 



0) T3 

•2 ® 

S « 

go 



aZ 



£« 



13 
M .2 

S ft 



u-i 60 
°T3.S 

3 S"S 
re ? £ 
>OQ 



District of Placentia and St. Mary's 

1. Peter's River 

2. Middle Gut 

3. St. Vincent's 

4. Gaskier's 

5. Point la Haye 

6. Gulch 

7. Path End 

S. St. Mary's 

9. Cout's Pond 

10. River Head 

11. Mall Bay 

12. Admiral's Beach 

13. Mosquito 

14. Regina 

15. Mussel Pond 

16. St. Joseph's 

17. New Bridge 

18. Forest Field 

19. St. Catherine's 

20. Mount Carmel 

21. Mitchell's Brook 

22. Harricot 

23. Tickles 

24. Colinet 

25. John's Pond 

26. North Harbour 

27. Garden Cove 



1,7,09 



1,647 



86 



1,576 



71 



10 
14 

66 

32 

31 

13 

10 

78 

11 

57 

25 
5 

14 

13 

29 

58 

19 
5 
9 

63 

27 
7 
8 

27 
5 

331 



10 

13 

62 

29 

29 

13 

9 

75 

11 

56 
I 

25| 

\ 

I 
13! 

131 

I 

26 1 

I 

55| 

17 



91 

62| 1 
25| 

7] 

I 
8| 

26| 1 

5 .... 

I 
331 

7 .... 
I 



10 
13 
62 
29 
29 
13 

9 
74 
11 
55 
25 

5 
13 
13 
26 
53 
17 

5 

9 
62 
24 

7 

S 
25 

5 
32 

7 



10,302 



78 

85 

451 

203 

183 

84 

53 

508 

71 

388 

162 

40 

95 

97 

158 

435 

119 

37 

55 

362 

140 

51 

47 

129 

21 

171 

29 



$871,800 



% 4,800 

4,600 

25,700 

14,700 

10,700 

3,800 

3,300 

40,700 

4,400 

34,200 

15,200 

1,500 

4,900 

5,100 

8,100 

27,800 

12,000 

3,800 

6,100 

36,900 

14,700 

6,100 

1,700 

19,600 

1,100 

10,100 

800 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



49 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


•a 

l g 

o 




£0 


as 


Ki.2 

S « 

§3 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


1 
28. Beckford 1 


1 

2! 


1 

2] 




1 

2 




l 
in 


400 


29. Branch 


1 

78 
1 


1 
73 




73 


i 


550| 


54,600 


30. East Cove 


1 
3| 


3 




3 




14! 


500 


31. Point Lance 


18| 


17] 
1 


1 


17 




112 


9,500 


32. Golden Bay 


11 


H 




1 




5 


500 


33. Cape St. Mary's 

34. Lear's Cove 


1| 


1| 






i 


5 




2 


1 
2 




2 




13 


900 


35. St. Bride's 


63 


1 

62 




61 


i 


379 


27,800 


36. Custlett 


1 
25 


26 




25 





134 


9,900 


37. Angel's Cove 


13 


13 


1 


13 




80 


4,700 


38. Patrick's Cove 


27 


25 




25 




169 


15,600 


39. Gooseberry 


3 


3 





3 




23 


1,700 


40. Ship Cove 


12 


12 


2 


12 




87 


8,700 


41. Great Barrisway 


6 


6 





6 




38 


3,800 


42. Little Barrisway 


4 


4 


2 


4 




32 


2,900 


43. Point Verde 


49 


47 


3 


44 


3 


308 


36,700 


44. Placentia, S.E 


46 


44 


2 


42 


2 


326 


48,800 




113 


111 


13 


98 


13 


713 


90,100 


46. Placentia Junction 


8 


S 




7 


1 


36 


4,600 


47. Dunville 


62 


62 


13 


61 


1 


33S 


22,600 




34 


34 


4 


28 


6 


224 


14,300 


49. Freshwater 


8 


8 


2 


8 




45 


. 2,900 


50. Marquise 


59 


53 


7 


46 


7 


360 


33,700 


51. Argentia 


101 


99 


8 


71 


28 


581 


47,000 




91 


88 




88 




511 


37,800 


53. Ship Harbour 


27 


26 


1 


26 




123 


7,200 


54. Long Harbour 


60 


58 


1 

1 

1 


58 




317 


20,500 




24 


| 23 
1 


1 

1 • 

1 


23 


1 

1 


87 


3,300 

1 



50 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


— Oj 

a a 

3 o 


3 d 


Number 
Owned 

Number 
Rented 


T3 

O 3 
o « 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


56. Tickle Hr. Station 

57. Little Harbour 

58. LaManche 

59. Southern Harbour 

60. Arnold's Cove 

61. Arnold's Cove Station 

62. Come by Chance 


1 
22 

4 
15 
43 

1 

6 


1 

20 

4 

15 

42 

1 

6 




1 
20 

4 
15 
41 

1 

6 


1 


7 
95 
IS 
72 
196 
10 
31 


500 
9,600 
1,000 
2,900 
20,400 
2,000 
2,000 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



51 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 






DWELLING HOUSES 



ZO 






01 r£ 

S 1=1 

§ is 

so 



0> 



QJ 



4= 

eg 



a » 

o 3 
o « 



frt — I 

s a a) 

cd ? £ 



District of Placentia West 

1. Red Island 

2. Harbour Buffett 

3. Port Royal 

4. Kingwell 

5. Spencer's Cove 

6. Haystack 

7. Bre-wley 

8. Rose-au-Rue 

9. Indian Harbour 

10. Merasheen 

11. Jean de Gaunt 

12. Pinehard's Island .... 

13. Gaulton's Island 

14. Harbour Island 

15. Cooper's Cove 

16. Tack's Beach 

17. Best's Harbour 

18. Broad Cove 

19. Iona 

20. Black River 

21. North River 

22. Swift Current 

23. Sound Island 

24. Woody Island 

25. Bar Haven 

26. Proweston 

27. Davis CoVe 



2,092 



85 

94 

24 

51 

25 

24 

23 

1 

5 

57 

9 

1 

2 

11 

12 

15 

26 

24 

17 



22 

40 

I 
70 

50 

9 

21 



1,920 



82 

SO 

22 

43 

25 

23 

22 

1 

5 

53 

9 

1 

2 

11 

10 

15 

23 

21 

17 

3 

33 

21 

37 

59 

47 

8 

19 



S2 



1,890 



79 
85 
22 
41 
25 
21 
22 



5 

50 

9 

1 

2 

11 

10 

14 

23 

21 

17 

3 

33 

21 

37 

59 

47 

8 

19 



30 



9,888 



35G 

43S 

102 

198 

147 

115 

79 

4 

19 

280 

26 

4 

16 

31 

41 

77 

123 

76 

74 

11 

147 

97 

157 

238 

214 

33 

76 



$502,300 



$ 24,500 
39,600 
5,200 
8,SO0 
13,500 
6,500 
2,900 



900 

15,200 

1,600 

100 

2,500 

1,100 

2,200 

4,800 

9,300 

3,700 

2,300 

1,200 

7,200 

4,900 

9,500 

13,100 

10,800 

2,000 

2,8,00 



52 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



a> 



<D 



f-sa 

2 fa 



DWELLING HOUSES 



IS 



Eg 



•2 ^ 

ag 



is 



an 
§3 
«3 



O £3 
c3 £ & 



28. Chambers' Island , . 

29. Queen's Bank 

30. Clattice Harbour 

31. Chandler's Harbour 

32. Little Paradise 

33. Bona 

34. Isle Valen 

35. St. Leonard's 

36. St. Kyran's 

37. Murphy's Cove 

38. St. Anne's 

39. Presque 

40. Deep Cove 

41. Tosselo 

42. Beckford's Cove . 

43. Great Bona 

44. Great Paradise 

45. Monkstown 

46. Darby's Harbour 

47. South East Bight 

48. Petit Forte 

49. Burnt Island 

50. St. Joseph's . 

51. Little Harbour 

52. Brookside 

53. Boat Harbour 

54. Parker's Cove 

55. Oderin 



I 



1 
3 

46 
1 
211 
6 
35 
111 
25 

O 

17 
14 

5 
1(1 

2 

9 
37 
23 

5 
25 
55 
20 
41 
28 
13 
19 
27 
56 



1 
3 

44 

1 
21) 

5 
311 
10 
24 

2 
16 
14 

5 
10 

2 

7 
37 
IS 

5 
24 
52 
18 
38 
27 
11 
17 
24 
50 



1 

3 
44 

1 
20 

5 
31 
10 
24 

2 

16 
13 

5 
10 

2 

7 
36 
17 

5 
24 
52 
IS 
38 
27 
11 
17 
24 
49 



4 

8 

158 

3 

140 

28 

164 

56 

145 

6 

85 

78 

24 

41 

12 

40 

220 

7S 

24 

102 

302 

100 

201 

146 

61 

74 

9S 

314 



300 
12,300 



11,100 
1,200 
7,400 
2,600 
7,300 

100 
3,100 
7.100 

500 
1,400 

600 
1,100 
7,600 
2,600 

900 
3.100 
10,500 
3.S00 
8,200 
7,100 
2,400 
2,300 
2,600 
14,200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



53 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



56. Baine Harbour 

57. Ruslioon 

58. Flat Island 

59. Davis Island 

60. Red Harbour 

61. John de Bay 

62. Rock Harbour 

63. Spanish Room 

64. Mooring Cove 

65. Marystown North 

66. Marystown South 

67. Creston North 

68. Creston South 

69. Little Bay 

70. Beau Bois 

71. Duricle 

72. Tides Cove 

73. Tides Point 

74. Fox Cove 

75. Mortier 

76. Marticot Island 



o c 



DWELLING HOUSES 






45 

I 

45| 

27 1 

115 

5 

18 

42 

30 

25 

114 

SO 

47 

59 

46 

11 

5 

1 

1 

311 

I 

31! 

I 

II 



41 
37 
21 

96 

I 
4 

15 

35 

28 

24 

111 

75 

41 

53 

45 

10 

5 

1 

1 

31 

28 

1 



a g 







■& 




II 


to.S 

a 9 


a & 

zo 







40 

37 

21 

95 

4 

15 

35 

28 

24 

107 

74 

41 

52 

45 

10 

5 

1 



173 

155 

121 

541 

20 

77 

257 

168 

145 

686 

408 

290 

295 

240 

59 

31 

6 



176 

137 

6 



!>OQ 



9,700 

8,000 

2,600 

13,800 

300 

2,800 

7,900 

7,200 

5,500 

47,700 

20,800 

16,500 

12,900 

10,700 

3,800 

1,300 

200 



8,400 
4,600 



54 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



•° hi 

g O fi 
5 « 



DWELLING HOUSES 



3. ° 






a g 

£0 



2* 



<n.2 

a » 
§s 



<H 'OH 

°_5.9 

2n« 
« ? ^ 



District of Burin 

1. Port au Bras 

2. Bull's Cove 

3. Path End 

4. Burin North 

5. Ship Cove - 

6. Collin's Cove 

7. Kirby's Cove 

8. Mosquito Cove 

9. Pardy's Island 

10. Kelly's Cove 

11. Stepaside 

12. Great Burin 

13. Shalloway 

14. Whale Cove 

15. Burin Bay 

16. Ship Cove, Path End .... 

17. Black Duck Cove 

18. Sandy Point 

19. Long Cove 

20. The Droke 

21. Salmonier 

22. Burin Bay Arm 

23. Salt Pond 

24. Loon's Cove 

25. Bay View 

26. Kimberley 

27. Epworth 



2,327 



2,083 



62 



2,007 



76 



12,204 



82 
32 
21 
84 
11 

12 

I 

13! 

I 

4| 

I 

231 

1 

13 

I 

37| 

I 

14| 

■ r 'l 

68] 

I 

1 

10| 

3| 

5] 

5] 

20| 

171 

16 1 

31] 

2 1 

1 

46 



74 

31 

21 

76 

11 

12 

13 

3 

17 

2 

13 

33 

12 

4 

56 

4 

10 

3 

5 

3 

IS 

15 

16 

22 

1 

1 

41 



71 
31 
21 
64 

9 
10 
12 

3 
17 

2 
13 
32 
12 

4 
54 

4 
10 

3 

5 

3 

18 
15 
16 
22 

1 

1 
40 



419 

185 

133 

504 

75 

73 

74 

20 

97 

12 

83 

217 

75 

25 

372 

2S 

53 

11 

19 

15 

91 

93 

84 

121 

6 

6 

240 



$942,600 



38,100 

9,300 

13,100 

44,700 

5,300 

4,200 

7,700 

700 

4,400 

1,000 

5,600 

19,400 

6,000 

600 

23,300 

500 

2,200 

400 

700 

700 

2,500 

5,800 

2,700 

8,600 

1,000 

200 

11,800 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



55 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



S'S'b 

55 fa 



DWELLING HOUSES 



3 u 

ZO 



s « 

S5> 



550 



II 

gS 



m.2 

s » 
§3 



° .g 

cS £ £ 



28. Wandsworth 

29. L'Anse a l'Eau 

30. Corbin 

31. Little St. Lawrence .... 

32. Great St. Lawrence ... 

33. Lawn 

34. Roundabout 

35. Lord's Cove 

36. Taylor's Bay 

37. Point au Gaul 

38. Lamaline East 

39. Lamaline West 

40. Meadows 

41. Allan's Island 

42. High Beach 

43. Calmer 

44. Lourdes 

45. Green Island 

46. Dantzic Cove - 

47. Point Crewe 

48. Fortune 

49. Grand Bank 

50. Mollier's 

51. Grand Beach 

52. Frenchman's Cove .... 

53. Garnish 



26 

I 
2 

19 

21 

154 

95 

7 
57 
16 
45 

54| 

45| 

I 

50 1 

I 

61| 

I 

10| 

12 

36 

2 

3 

20 

227 

518 

8 

31 

47 

178 



20 

2 

19 

IS 

140 

88 

7 

53 

15 

42 

45 

43 

49 

5S 



33 



17 

205 

458 

6 

25 

41 

162 



19 

2 

19 

18 

13? 

85 

7 

53 

15 

38 

45 

41 

49 

55 

7 

9 

33 



2 

17 

196 

440 

6 

25 

41 

160 



I 



127 

10 

97 

97 

758 

494 

41 

279 

89 

271 

275 

276 

295 

389 

56 

53 

17 4 

7 

10 

110 

1,137 

2,678 

28 

109 

214 

990 



9,300 

100 

6,400 

2,700 

16,700 

9,800 

600 

6,000 

1,000 

4,600 

5,700 

8,400 

7,200 

7,800 

1,600 

700 

3,300 



300 

4,300 

99,200 

410,300 

2,600 

10,300 

17,700 

85,500 



56 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



5 .2 

lol 

5 & 



I s 

3 a 

zo 



® ■a 






is 



«i.2 



°« 2 
2 *s 

nj £ P 
!>OQ 



District of Fortune Bay-Hermitage 

1. Point Enragee 

2. Great Jervais 

3. Barrisway de Plate.... 

4. Grand John 



2,416 



2,1001 



5. Langue de Cerf .... „. 



6. St. Bernard's 

I 

7. Jacques Fontaine I 

8. Bay l'Argent | 

I 

9. Little Bay East J 

10. Little Harbour East J 

11. Harbour Mille | 

I 

12. Terrenceville I 

13. Grand le Pierre I 

14. Pay's Cove I 



15. English Harbour East 

16. Bay de L'Eau East 

17. New Harbour 

18. Femme 

19. Long Harbour Beach 

20. Hoop Cove 

21. Anderson's Cove 

22. Stone's Cove 

23. Rencontre East 

24. Hare Harbour 

25. Doctor's Harbour 

26. Lally Cove 

27. Bay du Nord 



33 
5 

2 



35 

I 

23 

I 
68| 

42| 

13| 

I 
681 

I 
49 1 

14 

1 

35 

10 

2 

15 

2 

4 

24 

49 

68 

8 

8 

20 

42 



30 

5 

2 

4 

3 

28 

21 

55 

39 

13 

53 

41 

11 

1 

27 

8 

2 

13 

1 

4 

20 

39 

58 

7 

8 

19 

33 



45 



2,051 



49 



11,919 



30 

5 

2 

4 

3 

28 

21 

55 

38 

13 

53 

40 

11 

1 

27 

8 

2 

13 

1 

4 

20 

39 

58 

7 

7 

19 

33 



137 

18 
6 

21 

12 
155 
100 
341 
230 

59 
289 
208 

42 

4 

148 

44 
7 

76 
5 

21 
115 
249 
313 

37 

36 
104 
197 



$736,400 



$ 4,300 

300 

100 

600 

200 

7,400 

3,400 

26,800 

18,300 

2,000 

10,100 

6,400 

600 



3,900 

2,300 

100 

2,800 

400 

500 

5,400 

14,700 

18,200 

1,100 

1,500 

7,700 

11,400 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



57 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued ) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


13 

,0 Pi 
3 o 


■° s 
a £ 

3 cS 


3 £ 

zo 




■a 

a £* 
go 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 




3 


3 


2 


2 


1 


15 


200 


29. Turnip Cove 


1 
7 


6 




4 


2 


37 


1,100 


30. Poole's Cove 


51 


39 


1 


38 


1 


236 


12,900 


31. Corbin 


22 


18 




18 




95 


6,200 




2 


2 


1 


2 




6 


100 


33. Belleoram 


172 


152 


10 


139 


13 


959 


85,000 


34. St. Jacques 


60 


56 


5 


49 


7 


429 


36,900 


35. St. Jacques Island 


2 


2 






2 


9 




36. English Harbour West 


74 


60 




58 


2 


306 


41,000 


37. Mose Ambrose 


22 


19 




19 




103 


13,800 


38. Boxey 


41 


34 


1 


33 


1 


185 


11,400 


39 Blanchett 


1 


1 




1 




3 




40. St. John's Bay 


4 


4 




4 




20 


1,300 




52 


46 




45 


1 


240 


16,800 


42. Wreck Cove 


24 


18 




18 




91 


3,300 


43. Red Cove 


19 


15 




15 




64 


2,200 


44. Bay de l'Eau Island 


10 


8 




8 




35 


1,700 


45. Miller's Passage 


34 


26 




26 




124 


5,700 


46. Little Bay West 


27 


24 




24 




141 


11,200 


47. Jersey Harbour 


41 


39 




38 


1 


215 


19,500 


48. Broad Cove 


9 


7 




7 




37 


1,600 


49. Harbour Breton 


150 


129 


2 


. 121 


8 


725 


47,800 


50. Deadman's Cove 


2 


2 


1 


2 




4 




54 


46 


1 


45 


1 


234 


11,600 


52. Mercer's Cove, Brunette .... 


30 


28 


1 


28 




149 


7,000 


53. Forward's Cove, Brunette .... 


11 


8 




1 8 




38 


1,200 


54. Great Harbour 


32 


32 




31 


1 


160 


14,200 


55. Dawson's Cove 


31 


27 




1 27 




175 


11,300 



58 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



3 cS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



•a 

a ■- 

3 o 

i50 



f § 

3 c* 
Z> 



0> T3 

.Q at 
3 £ 

zo 



J "8 



«.2 



1-1 iJO 

3 S » 

"3 is £ 



56. Seal Cove 

57. Pass Island 

58. Grole 

59. Hermitage 

60. Purby's Cove 

61. Barrisway Cove 

62. Round Cove 

63. Hardy's Cove 

64. Little Passage 

65. Gaultois 

66. Piccaire 

67. Round Harbour 

68. Little Bay 

69. Patrick's Harbour 

70. Harbour Gallett 

71. Raymond's Point 

72. Burnt Woods 

73. Conne 

74. Head of Conne 

75. Morrisville 

76. Lector's Cove 

77. Milltown 

78. Head of Bay d' Espoir .... 

79. St. Joseph's 

80. Swanger's Cove 

81. St. Alban's 

82. Roti Point 



54 

53 

38 

81 

9 

4 

8 

6 

4 

53 

17 

13 

17 

3 

6 

5 

6 

31 

2 

15 

1 

36 

51 

IS 

4 

115 

2 



47 

47 

34 

71 

9 

3 

7 

5 

2 

47 

13 

13 

17 

2 

6 

4 

r, 

29 

2] 

14 

I 

1 

I 

31| 

47] 

17] 

41 

I 

108| 



47 

47 

34 

70 

9 

3 

7 

5 

2 

46 

13 

13 

17 

2 

ti 

4 

6 

29 

2 

14 

1 

31 

47 

17 

4 

10S 

1 



250 

243 

163 

447 

43 

IS 

28 

32 

10 

293 

75 

74 

93 

10 

31 

19 

39 

150 

14 

102 

S 

193 

320 

111 

IS 

689 

9 



I 



7,700 

9,800 

5,800 

19,500 

2,000 

1,200 

1,300 

1,200 

200 

24,700 

2,700 

3,000 

2,800 

300 

1,700 

1,200 

3,300 

9,100 

600 

13,100 

200 

13,000 

20,900 

8,000 

800 

40,200 

500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



59 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



oi 



QJ 



| "Si: 

55 fc 



DWELLING HOUSES 



ZO 



•° 5 

S3 Co 



3 c3 
55 > 



550 



II 



a a 
o 5 



<4H bf) 

•2 fl £ 

(S ^ P 



S3. King's Cove 

84. Gdblin 

85. Bay d'Est 

86. Couillard 

87. Stanley's Cove ... 

88. Great Jervais .... 

89. Pushthrough 

90. Saddle Island .... 

91. McCallum 



2 
5 
9 
2 

r. 

19 

r,r, 

10 
20 



2 
5 

8 

2 

5 
17 
52 

8 
181 



2 

5 

S 

2 

5 

17 

49 

S 

IS 



3 
31 
41 

7 

19 

96 

290 

40 

!ir, 



100 

2,300 

1,200 

300 

400 

2,900 

15,600 

1,400 

2,500 



60 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — ( Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



<u 



o> 



3 c« 



DWELLING HOUSES 



I 3 

3 u 
£0 



■° S 



a g 



II 

3 3 
3 * 



a « 



>OQ 



District of Burgeo and LaPoile 

1. Mosquito 

2. Muddy Hole 

3. Richard's Harbour 

4. Lock's Cove 

5. Cul de Sac East 

6. Rencontre West 

7. New Harbour 

8. Francois 

9. Cul de Sac West 

10. Penguin Islands 

11. Cape La Hune 

12. Grey River 

13. Dog Cove 

14. Coppett 

15. Fox Island Harbour .... 

16. Ramea 

17. Deer Island 

18. Our Harbour 

19. Red Island 

20. Boar Island 

21. Burgeo 

22. Hunt's Island 

23. Otter's Point 

24. Frenchman's Cove 

25. Grand Bruit 

26. East Bay, LaPoile 

27. North Bay, LaPoile 



1,913 



1,680 



38 



1,579 



101 



12 
22 
27 

7 
15 
58 
46 
76 
17 

2 
41 

30] 

I 
9 

10 

42 

103 

20 

17 

21 

1 

ISC 

36 

16 

1 
45 

4 

9 



11 
19 
25 

7 
12 
40 
35 
60 
17 

1 
36 

27 

8 

12 

37 

94 

17 

15 

20 

1 

176 

31 

15 

1 

42 

4 

9 



11 
19 
25 
7 
12 
48 
33 
59 
17 



36 
25 

S 
12 
37 
S3 
17 
15 
20 

1 

175 

31 

15 

1 
42 

4 



11 



,603 



46 

80 

111 

29 

66 

272 

181 

296 

S2 

C 

195 

108 

30 

62 

171 

505 

66 

65 

75 

5 

800 

12 

60 

6 

202 

21 

50 



$589,400 



700 

2,000 

3,000 

SOU 

2,500 

14,000 

9,700 

16,500 

3,200 



9,300 

2,400 

600 

3,400 

9,200 

31,500 

2,200 

4,300 

3,900 

300 

62,800 

5,700 

3,000 

200 

25,400 

600 

2,400 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Gl 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


I 3 

3 o 

zo 


3 a) 


5 rrt 

■a S 

3 £ 


Number 
Rented 


Rooms 
Occupied 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


28. Little Bay, LaPoile 


29 


25 


3 


25 




113 


4,000 


29. LaPoile, LaPoile .... 


1 
3 1 


1 
2 




1 
2 




4 
11 




30. LaPlante, LaPoile 


500 


31. Ireland Is., LaPoile 


1 


1 






1 


6 




32. Indian Harbour 


2 


2 




2 




7 


300 


33. West Point 


IS 


17 


1 


17 




89 


3,200 


34. Petites 


41 


40 


1 


36 


4 


225 


6,000 


35. Harbour Le Cou 


47 


43 


3 


39 


4 


264 


9,100 


36. Diamond Cove 


31 


26 


1 


26 




165 


4,400 


37. Caines' Island 


15 


14 




12 


2 


77 


1,600 


38. Rose Blanche 


113 


100 


7 


89 


11 


607 


23,500 


39. Brazil 


4 


4 




4 




23 


2,800 


40. Burnt Islands 


84 


68 


3 


58 


10 


358 


11,500 


41. Isle aux Morte 


93 


76 


8 


71 


5 


330 


11,500 


42. Fox Roost 


10 


9 




9 




51 


3,600 




23 


19 


1 


IS 


1 


95 


5,900 


44. Port aux Basques 


151 


134 


5 


114 


20 


898 


140,100 


45. Channel 


233 


201 


3 


186 


15 


998 


94,400 




16 


13 




12 


1 


78 


8,900 




38 


35 


1 


33 


2 


168 


16,700 


48. Grand Bay East 


28 


23 




22 


1 


120 


10,600 


49. Grand Bay West 


11 


10 




10 




45 


3,200 


50. Rocky Barachoix 


1 


1 




1 




4 


100 


51. Long Grade Farm 


2 


2 




1 


1 


9 


500 




6 


6 




6 




15 


900 




33 


27 




24 


3 


122 


6,500 



62 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



Cog 
£ fa 



DWELLING HOUSES 






3 Cli 



CD rQ 

■2 « 

zo 



p 

eg 



T3 

a » 



s a » 
"3 -s £ 



District of St. George-Port au Port 

1. Red Rocks 

2. Wreck House 

3. McDougall's Gulch 

4. St. Andrew's 

5. Tompkins 

6. Searston 

7. Upper Ferry 

8. Doyle's 

9. Overfall 

10. South Branch 

11. O'Regan's 

12. Great Codroy 

13. Millville 

14. Woodville 

15. Codroy & Cape Anguille .... 

16. Middle Barachoix 

17. Jeffrey's 

18. St. David's 

19. St. Fintan's 

20. Loch Leven 

21. Highlands 

22. Codroy Pond 

23. Five Mile Pool 

24. North Branch 

25. Rainy Brook 

26. Cartyville 

27. Robinson's 



1,802 



1,662 



1 

3 

5 

43 

23| 

35 

20 

4 

1 

32 

17 

25 

15 

5 

99 

26 

36 

58 

1!) 

8 

19 

9 

1 

1 

2 

18 
39 



1 

3 

5 

38 

22 

33 

20 

4 

1 

29 

15 

24 

14 

5 

94 

21 

31 

51 

16 

S 

15 

S 

1 

1 

2 

17 

36 



86 



1,567 



95 



5 
36 

22| 

I 
31 

19 

4 



27 

15 

24 

14 

5 

93 

20 

31 

50 

13 

6 

15 

6 

1 

1 

2 

16 
36 



9,486 



5 

10 

30 

280 

194 

255 

172 

41 

4 

215 

134 

177 

105 

27 

514 

131 

177 

297 

59 

43 

101 

34 

8 

•1 

10 

113 

263 



$286,200 



$ 100 

600 

1,300 

16,300 

18,800 

26,300 

12,600 

5,900 



17,900 

12,200 

13,800 

8,800 

2,400 

23,700 

15,400 

20,100 

34,900 

13,600 

3,800 

8,200 

3,700 

500 

200 

1,100 

6,100 

25,200 



.. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



63 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



. to 

s'si 

3 ri 



DWELLING HOUSES 



I s 



3 ai 



CD 73 

§ is 
ZO 



II 
Eg 





■a 


m 


o> 


H 


ft 


o 


3 


o 




« 


o 



O 3 
0> 5 — 

3 a a) 

d ^ ^ 

t>oo 



28. Robinson's Station .... 

29. Heatherton 

30. Fischell's 

31. Fischell's Siding 

32. Shallop Cove 

33. Muddy Hole 

34. Flat Bay 

35. St. Teresa's 

36. Journois 

37. Matt's Point 

38. Barachoix 

39. St. George's 

40. Sandy Point 

41. Stephenville 

42. Kippens 

43. Stephenville Crossing 

44. White's Road 

45. Black Duck 

46. Island Pool 

47. Dump Pool 

48. Jack Burke's 

49. Harry's Brook 

50. George's Lake 

51. Spruce Brook 

52. Howard's 

53. Port au Port 

54. Felix Cove 

55. Goose Pond Road .... 



13 

22 

8 

1 

45 

17 

24 

28 

29 

20 

5 

144 

70 

154 

14 

94 

1 

6 

1 

1 

II 

3 

5 

11 

3 

90 

16 

3 



13 

20 

S 

1 

45 

17 

18 

22 

26 

18 

4 

133 

65 

144 

13 

S7 

1 

5 

1 

1 

1 

3 

5 

11 

3 

83 

14 

3 



10 

20 

8 

1 

44 

16 

18 

20 

25 

17 

4 

122 

60 

139 

11 

83 

1 

3 



1 
1 
1 
4 
8 
3 
77 
14 
3 



11 
5 
5 

2 
4 



85 
116 

29 

5 

248 

90 

55 

100 

79 

65 

26 

796 

319 

860 

68 

485 

8 

21 

6 

8 

2 

14 

20 

54 

7 

4S4 

97 

12 



6,300 

9,800 

2,300 

600 

11,700 

3,700 

1,600 

7,700 

3,500 

1,300 

3,200 

71,200 

15,200 

94,400 

7,200 

69,400 

7,000 

7,390 



2,000 

5,000 

300 

10,700 

600 

72,100 

7,000 

600 



64 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



|o'a 



DWELLING HOUSES 



X3 ft 



3 d 
2> 



ZO 



•2- 



a « 
«<3 



3 2=3 

d p £ 



56. Bellman's Cove 

57. Aguathuna 

58. Boswarlos 

59. Romaine's Brook ... 

60. Point au Maul 

61. Fox Island River .. 

62. Campbell's Creek .., 

63. Abraham's Cove 

64. Jerry's Nose 

65. Tom Touche's Cove , 

66. Ship Cove 

67. Lower Cove 

68. Sheave's Cove 

69. March's Point 

70. Red Brook 

71. De Grau 

72. Cape St. George 

73. Mainland 

74. Three Rock Cove ... 

75. Salmon Cove 

76. Lourdes 

77. Winter House 

78. Black Duck Brook . 

79. Long Point 

80. Tea Cove 

81. West Bay 

82. West Bay Centre ... 

83. Piccadilly 



12 
11 

27j 

5 

4 

S 

12 

4! 

9 

9 

11 

4 

15 

24 

11 

18 

39 

25 

14 

5 

38 

19 
11 

!) 

7 

15 
21 
22 



12 

10 

25 

5 

4 

7 

11 

3 

9 

8 

10 

4 

15 

20 

10 

17 

38 

23 

14 

4 

37 

18 

11 

8 

7 

13 

19 

20 



12 



25 
5 
4 
7 

11 



10 

4 

14 

20 

10 

17 

38 

23 

14 

4 

2S 

18 

11 

8 

7 

11 

IS 

IS 



10 



57 
79 
96 
40 
IS 
44 

113 
23 
47 
39 
57 
14 
54 

120 
45 
98 

186 

101 
75 
23 

162 
91 
46 
34 
IS 
75 
84 
S5 



6,100 

8,900 
4,000 
1,700 
7,300 
7,800 

900 
1,100 
1,200 
2,800 

500 
2,600 
6,200 
2,400 
4,900 
12,700 
3,200 
4,600 
1,700 
7,100 
3,500 
3,200 
2,000 

400 
4,400 
4,000 
5,800 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



65 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 





Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 


SETTLEMENTS 


tH CD 

.Q ft 
I 3 




•2 « 

S g 


J "8 

gs 


T3 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 




! 

2,907 


2,634 


4 


1,898 


736 


14,994 


$1,985,700 


1". Kitty's Brook 


4 


3 




1 


2 


7 


$ 100 


2. Howley 


90 


SO 




25 


55 


476 


30,100 


3. Junction Brook 


7 


6 




6 




17 


900 


4. Upper Humber 


5 


5 




5 




IS 


1,500 


5. Halcyon 


3 


3 




3 




16 


2,100 


6. Nicholsville 


13 


11 




11 




76 


9,600 


7. Deer Lake West 


91 


SO 


1 


38 


42 


521 


29,600 


8. Lake Siding 


8 


8 




6 


2 


45 


5,800 


9. Little Harbour 


23 


21 




17 


4 


61 


3,200 


10. Pynn's Brook 


4 


4 




4 




13 


600 


11. Pasadena 


7 


6 




4 


2 


35 


7,300 


12. South Brook 


21 


19 




10 


9 


73 


3,300 


13. Deer Lake 


241 


203 




149 


54 


1,062 


96,600 


14. Rocky Brook 


2 


2 






2 


7 






15. Humbermouth 


232 


221 


1 


176 


45 


1,216 


244,900 


16. Corner Brook 


1,203 


1,090 


1] 625 


465 


6,795 


918,100 


17. Curling 


185 


172 


| 147 


25 


1,075 


233,400 




81 


75 


1 67 


8 


519 


92,900 


19. Georgetown 


43 


36 




32 


4 


201 


27,100 


20. Mount Moriah 


84 


71 




69 


2 


423 


58,300 


21. Cook's Pond & Siding 


5 


5 




4 


1 


13 


1,800 




1 


1 




1 




3 




23. Halfway Point 


23 


22 




22 




121 


19,400 




50 


49 




46 


3 


225 


21,900 




8 


8 




8 




38 


3,800 


26. Voy's Beach 


8 


8 




8 




34 


2,700 


27. Frenchman's Cove 


23 


22 




21 


1 


106 


10,300 



66 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



3 co 



DWELLING HOUSES 



,n ft 

a 3 



3 o 
ZO 



CO 



CD - 

S 
3 co 



IE 

zo 






s 
o 

o 



CO 
O c 
ID 5 — 
2. 3 «> 
* £ £ 



28. Little Port 

29. Batteau Cove 

30. Lark Harbour .... 

31. York Harbour .... 

32. Chimney Cove .... 

33. Hughes' Brook .... 

34. Irishtown 

35. Summerside 

36. Meadows 

37. Gillam's 

38. Mclver's 

39. Brake's Cove 

40. Cox's Cove 

41. Penguin Arm 

42. Goose Arm 

43. Innismara 

44. Wood's Island Hr. 



4 

7 

74 

12 

14 

3 

24 

54 

40 

27 

39 

11 

43 

2 

9 

41 

38 



4 

5 

65 

11 

11 

3 

21 

51 

38 

26 

33 

9 

39 

1 

9 

40 

37 



4 

5 

64 

11 

10 

2 

20 

46 

37 

26 

33 

9 

39 

2 

8 

40 

37 



18 

22 
282 

39 

37 
9 

94 
266 
199 
104 
142 

43 

154 

4 

34 
179 
172 



1,200 

000 

17,900 

2,400 

2,000 

500 

14,500 

28,600 

23,800 

9,200 

9,600 

8,700 

11,800 

100 

2,900 

15,200 

11,100 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



67 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



Z fa 



DWELLING HOUSES 



J3 Pi 
P S 

£0 



2> 









-a 
« .2 

a o 
§3 



03 
<M Mi 



District of St. Barbe 

1. Trout River . 

2. Curzon Village 

3. Woody Point 

4. Muddy Brook 

5. Winter House Brook . 

6. St. Joseph's Cove 

7. Shoal Brook 

S. Silver Point 

9. Birchy Head 

10. Silverton 

11. Glenburnie 

12. Lomond 

13. Eastern Arm 

14. Mill Cove 

15. Gad's Harbour 

16. Neddie's Harbour 

17. Norris Point 

18. Wild Cove 

19. Rocky Harbour 

20. Bear Cove 

21. Woody Cove 

22. Lobster Cove Head .... 

23. Lobster Cove 

24. Baker's Brook 

25. Green Point 

26. Salley's Cove 

27. Martin's Point 



1,273 



1,082 



1,038 



44 



92 

46 

41 

2 

12 

7 

25 

15 

14 

8 

17 

26 

1 

5 

3 

19 

78 

9 

46 

19 

11 

3 

8 

3 

3 

23 



79 

42 

3S 

2 

11 

6 

19 

11 

11 

S 

17 

24 

1 

3 

3 

17 

69 

7 

39 

IS 

10 

2 

7 

3 

3 

13 



7S 

40 

33 

2 

11 

6 

19 

11 

11 

8 

17 

1 

1 

3 

3 

17 

68 

li 

39 

18 

10 

2 

7 

3 

3 

13 

2 



23 



6,041 



394 

248 

259 

12 

55 

26 

114 

61 

63 

41 

102 

130 

6 

12 

17 

79 

355 

37 

198 

86 

3S 

15 

37 

18 

16 

74 



$416,945 



$ 36,600 

28,700 

36,500 

1,800 

7,600 

2,100 

13,600 

5,700 

7,100 

4,100 

10,950 

400 

1,500 

1,200 

1,500 

6,700 

51,500 

3,750 

18,050 

7,500 

2,450 

500 

2,850 

1,300 

1,050 

2,700 

400 



I 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



S3 

3 o 
ZO 



■9 § 

C « 
=1 ai 
Z> 



S 3 
S « 

3 * 
ZO 



p 

s ° 



s » 
§3 



3 a a> 



28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46, 
47. 
48. 
49. 
50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 



Broom Point 

St. Paul's 

Cow Head 

Belldown's Point 

Three Mile Rock 

Parsons' Pond 

Portland Creek 

Daniel's Harbour 

Bellburns 

River of Ponds 

Spirity Cove 

King's Cove 

Hawke's Bay 

Port Saunders 

Gargamelle 

Point Riche 

Old Port au Choix 

Port aux Choix 

Eddie's Cove (West) 

Tilt Cove (St. John's Bay) 
St. John's Island | 



Doctor's Brook 

Barr'd Harbour 

Castor River 

Bartlett's Harbour .... 

Ferrole Point 

New Ferrole 

Shoal Cove (West) ..., 



I 
I 



39 

6 
44 
18 

9 

8 
12 

O 

56 
10 
1 
9 
16 
7 
1 
4 

: 

2 

4 

12 

4 

15 

16 



3 
52 
7 
1 
7 
14 
6 
1 
4 
1 

O 

1 

9 

3 

12 

14 



1 
19 
47 

5 

3 
33 

6 
38 
17 



7 

11 

6 

1 

4 

1 

2 

3 

9 

3 

12 

14 



3 

68 

230 

21 

7 

173 

28 

203 

112 

37 

33 

39 

16 

337 

44 

9 

I 
44| 

94 

21 

5 
20 

4 
21 
16 
47 
17 
55 
S9 



100 

2,800 

11,380 

725 

110 

9,520 

1,500 

13,335 

12,400 

1,250 

1,400 

3,500 

13,900 

970 

7S0 

4,150 

370 

100 

195 

100 

400 

ISO 

695 

90 

1,090 

2,625 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



69 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



CD •- 

I'Sl 
3 & 
2 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 



U 0) 

£0 



s d 

3 cS 



a s 

3 £ 

zo 



IS 



■a 



03 
OJj 



56. Reef's Harbour 

57. Bird Cove 

58. Brig Bay 

59. Plum Point 

60. Blue Cove 

61. Pond Cove 

62. St. Genevieve Bay . 

63. Gooseberry Island . 

64. Current Island 

65. Forrest's Tickle .... 

66. Black Duck Cove . 

67. Pigeon Cove 

68. St. Barbe Bay 

69. Anchor Point 

70. Deadman's Cove .... 

71. Bear Cove 

72. Chamber's Island .. 

73. Seal Point 

74. Flower's Cove 

75. Nameless Cove 

76. Mistaken Cove 

77. Savage Cove 

78. Sandy Cove 

79. Shoal Cove East ., 

80. Poyne's Cove 

81. Green Island Cove 

82. Lower Cove 



11 

16| 

I 

181 

"I 

10 1 

I 

51 
I 

21 



14| 
161 

!) 

1| 
I 

2J 

23| 



11 

13 

14 

8 

S 

5 

1 

1 

11 

13 

4 

1 

1 

15 



4 


I 
4 


10 


10 


4 


3 


4 


4 


57 


47 


11 


10 


2 


2 


18 


16 


22 


18 


11 


8 


9 


7 


20 


18 


2 


2 



11 

13 

14 

8 

8 

5 

1 

1 

11 

13 

4 

1 

1 

15 

4 

10 

3 

4 

45 

10 

2 

10 

18 

8 

7 

18 

2 



64 

69 

75 

43 

60 

26 

4 

6 

57 

66 

38 

5 

5 

98 

33 

58 

14 

18 

309 
52 
12 

119 

110 
53 
32 

121 
11 



1,475 

1)20 

1,305 

1,000 

1,300 

575 

200 

15U 

2,100 

1,045 

1,400 

150 

150 

4,650 

2,950 

4,050 

300 

385 

18,045 

2,745 

225 

5,550 

6,100 

2,370 

895 

6,360 

750 



70 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



a 

2 £ 



B 









a a 

£0 



II 



».2 

a » 
§3 



00 

OQ 



83. Green Island Brook., 

84. Eddie's Cove 

85. Four Mile Cove 

86. Big Brook 



19| 

1 



5,025 

2,210 

100 

700 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



71 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



Labrador 

1. L'Anse au Clair 

2. Forteau 

3. LAnse Amour 

4. LAnse au Loup 

5. L'Anse au Diable 

6. Capstan Island 

7. West St. Modeste 

8. Pinware 

9. East St. Modeste 

10. Carrot's Cove 

11. Red Bay 

12. Fry's Cove 

13. Barge Bay 

14. Henley Harbour 

15. Cape Charles 

16. Battle Harbour 

17. Indian Cove 

18. Mary's Harbour 

19. Fox Harbour 

20. Deep Water Creek 

21. Seal Bight 

22. Murray's Harbour 

23. William's Harbour 

24. Francis Harbour Bight 

25. Fishing Ship's Harbour 

26. George's Cove 

27. Square Islands 






DWELLING HOUSES 



I 3 

3 u 

ZO 



945| 787 



24 



48 



281 



15| 

I 
15 

8| 
I 

3| 
I 

33 

I 

6| 

71 

I 
10 

19| 

I 
43 



s d 

3 (33 
Z> 



s s 

3 £ 

zo 



IS 



23 

44 
7 

28 
8 
6 

15 

15 
8 
3 

31 
G 
7 
8 

13 

41 
7 
4 

17 
1 
2 
2 
5 

1 

10 



738 



23 

41 
5 

20 
8 
6 

15 

15 
8 
3 

31 
6 
7 
8 

13 

36| 
7 
4 

16 
1 
2 
2 

r. 

o 

l 

10 

4 



49 



a g 

O 3 
O « 



3,093 



9S 

210 

38 

134 

37 

32 

65 

74 

33 

12 

159 

21 

28 

55 

96 

196 

34 

16 

71 

5 

9 

8 

IS 

22 

5 

43 

18 



=> s » 



$274,520 



6,850 

18,330 

5,100 

8,470 

1,070 

2,450 

2,700 

4,770 

1,190 

530 

10,180 

855 

1,900 

5,280 

9,830 

13,570 

2,260 

2,100 

3,220 

250 

300 

360 

790 

1,140 

500 

1,930 

670 



72 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



DWELLING HOUSES 



sa 



■a 



11 



•9 <" 

a s 

zo 



IS 



-a 
« .2 

Is 



03 

5 pi s 
* £ £ 



28. Snug Harbour 

29. Triangle 

30. Venison Islands 

31. Hawkes Harbour 

32. Bolster's Rock 

33. Seal Islands 

34. Black Bear Bay 

35. Batteau 

36. Spotted Islands 

37. Black Tickle 

38. Salmon Bight 

39. Red Point 

40. Indian Tickle 

41. Grady 

42. Cape North 

43. Hare Harbour 

44. Hare Islands 

45. Snack Cove 

46. Cartwright 

47. Separation Point 

48. Muddy Bay 

49. Indian Harbour (S. B.) 

50. Independent 

51. Dumpling 

52. Pack's Harbour 

53. North River 

54. West Bay 

55. Fish Cove 



1 
2 
7 
2 
5 

101 
II 

101 

15] 
1 

'I 

3 1 

II 



1 

2 

6 

1 

C 

10 

1 

10 

14 

5 

3 

1 



6 


6 


2 


1 
2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


31 


29 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


20 


20 


1 


1 


G 


6 


1 


1 



1 

2 
6 
1 
6 

10 
1 

10 

14 
5 
3 
1 
3 
1 
6 
2 
2 
3 

25 
6 
1 
1 
4 
1 

18 
1 
6 
1 



4 

7 
16 

6 
15 
24 

2 

25 

47 

13 
5 
3 

15 
5 

IS 

5 

6 

S 

160 

21 
4 
5 

21 
2 

79 
4 

12 
1 



250 
400 

1,480 
200 
520 

1,530 

50 

9fi0 

3,560 
330 
130 

1,350 
200 
670 
100 
120 
350 
21,630 

2,150 
300 
200 

1,300 

100 

11,835 



400 
30 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



73 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



o> 



0> 



1°a 

a cS 

2 fe 



DWELLING HOUSES 



S3 ft 



=1 3 

zo 



^H 


E-l 


® "S 


OJ rQ 


■° S 


.2 Qj 


a # 


as 


3 t3 


3 £ 


Z> 


zo 



a> 



ai 



a a 

a » 



■a 

ae 
«S 



»a .—I 

rt £ £ 
k-OQ 



50. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60, 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 
65. 
66. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 
71. 
72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
78. 
79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 



Flatwater 



I 

I 

I 
Turner's Bight | 

Mullin's Cove 

Cunningham Tickle 

Cunningham Bight 

John's Point 

Lester's Point 

Grassy Cove 

Little Harbour 

Honnoick 

Mulliock 

Pearl River 

Mulligan 

Salt Water Pond 

North West Islands .... 

Sebasquasto 

Butter and Snow 

North West River 

Mud Lake 

Goose Bay 

Traverspine 

Kenemish 

Grand Lake 

Rigolet 

Burnt Wood Cove 

Juniper Point 

Double Mere 



2 

4 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

3 

6 

1 

1 

5 

1 
41 
11 

21 
I 

1| 
I 

31 
I 

II 

31 

1| 
I 

II 

I 

51 



2 
3 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
6 
1 
1 
5 
1 
40 
10 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 



1 
1 

1 
4 
3 

6 

1 
1 
5 
1 
34 
10 
2 
1 
2 
1 



2 

11 

16 

20 

6 

6 

15 

5 

193 

39 

14 

5 

12 

6 

9 

2 

2 

10 



80 

140 

030 

200 

00 

20 



150 

200 
.600 

920 
1,300 
2,970 
1,000 
1,000 

710 

1,000 

23,675 

2,630 

3,000 



2,100 
1,000 



50 



170 



74 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



goo 

2 03 

Z fa 



DWELLING HOUSES 



,Q P, 

H ° 
go 



a g 

2> 



IE 

ZO 



<L 



OJ 






M.2 



"3 £ * 

f>OQ 



83. Rocky Cove 

84. Bluff Head 

85. Rattler's Bight 

86. Winter's Cove 

87. Big Island 

88. Shell Island 

89. Indian Harbour 

90. Fox Island 

91. Otter Brook 

92. Eskimo Point 

93. Tilt Cove 

94. Tessinjaluk 

95. Seal Cove 

96. Adlavik 

97. Big Bight 

98. Makkovik 

99. Ailik 

100. Makkovik Bay 

101. Kipokak Bay 

102. Island Harbour 

103. Island Harbour Bay 

104. Hopedale 

105. Kanagetok Bay 

106. Allatok Bay 

107. Big Bay .... '. 

108. Flower's Bay 

109. Davis Inlet 



....J 



HI 



37] 

2 1 
i 

4 1 
I 

4 

1| 
21 



1 
4 
1 
2 
2 

11 
3 
1 
9 
3 
1 

26 
1 
4 
4 
1 
2 



1 
4 
1 
2 
2 

10 
3 
1 
9 
3 
1 

25 
1 
4 
4 
1 
2 



1| 
I 

7| 
I 

4 1 
1 

6! 

8| 
I 

65 

14 

4 

20 

21 

4 

S6 

5 

18 

14 

4 





400 

200 
60 
75 

300 
30 

100 
20 
50 



100 
4411 
400 
250 
220 
17,800 

1,000 
250 
985 

1,650 

40 

28,460 

500 

1,600 
700 
500 

2,080 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



75 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



3 rt 



DWELLING HOUSES 



,Q Pi 



a g 



B if 
ZO 






a 3 



to 

°_.g 

•3 I? u 



110. Tunungajoaluk .... 

111. Aman's Cove 

112. Daniel's Rattle .... 

113. Okpatik Point 

114. Okpatik Bay 

115. Tessinjak Bay .... 

116. Tikkeratsiak Bight 

117. Anaksarkarnsek.... 
IIS. Kikkertaujaluk .... 

119. Tessinjaksoak .... 

120. Akuliakattak 

121. Kibliaktaluk 

122. Karmarsuk 

123. Kangerdlualuk .... 

124. Parngnairvik 

125. Kauk Bight 

126. Nain 

127. Black Island 

128. Pakavik 

129. Ogasiorvik 

130. Nutak 

131. Tessinjak 

132. Udlik 

133. Tininek 

134. Natan 

135. Kakkia 

136. Sillutalik 

137. Napartoksoak 



2; 

1 

21 

3 1 

I 

591 

2| 

I 

3 1 

41 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 
51 
2 
2 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 



1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
36 
1 
2 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 



50 

20 

200 

100 

280 

300 

250 

200 

500 

150 

500 

50 

580 

140 

250 

SO 

9,625 

300 

100 

290 

100 

701) 

40 

50 

40 

40 



76 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Number of Families and Dwellings, by Districts and 
Settlements. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



s-i a) 
<u .S 

Is! 

3 c* 



DWELLING HOUSES 



zo 



3 CO 



s s 

ZO 



•2" 



§5 



««« 

cS P £ 



138. Okak 

139. Hebron 

140. Kogasuk 

141. Sillupat 

142. Napartok 

143. Pitoke 

144. Itibliarsuk 

145. North West River (Indians) 

146. Davis Inlet (Indians) 

147. Voisey's Bay (Indians) 



4 

32 

2 

3 

5 

1 

1 

32 

21 

9 



3 

39 

2 
3 
4 

1 
1 



1,710 

45 
130 

10 
30 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 5. Monthly Rent Paid, by Districts 







DISTRICTS 














rf 


r* 
























Monthly Rent 
Paid 


73 t, 
CO 
OS 13 






to 
ffl 


CD 
-M ■ 




o 

2 

OS 


O 

CO 

ct) 


■d 
o 




d x> -i 


pq _ 


CO — 


[& — i 






^ >— i 








w nS 


" cd 


" cS 


™ d 




2 cs 


to ai 


^ rf 
























Sho 


0) o 


a o 


"2 ° 


S o 




£ ° 


fe o 


."S o 




^ 


•R H 




§^ 


3Eh 


0fl-W 


2 E-i 




«h 




a> a 


£ 


u 




o o 


o 


o 


%* 


* 


<5 ee 


Q 


O 


Eh 


fcEH 


CO 


M 


EH 


$ 1 - 5 


2,129 


19 


42' 


319 


33 


29 


51 


27 


64 


6 - 9 


1,312 


1 


4 


241 


4 


3 


10 


11 


27 


10 - 15 


2,165 




3 


330 


6 


10 


6 


8 


26 


16 - 24 


951 








156 




2 


2 


1 


7 


25 - 29 


310 






21 






2 






30 - 39 


260 


1 




22 


1 




1 




1 


40 and over 


196 






22 












Free Rent 


412 


44 


19 


41 


6 


7 


5 


13 


20 


Not stated 


5,838 


224 


144 


157 


263 


204 


460 


247 


276 



Monthly Rent 
Paid 



DISTRICTS 



a 
o 
t/3 



So 
a Eh 





<c 


■d 


a 


s-. ® 


O 


cd> „ 


a ^ 


O "O o 


S ° 


€^ 


■Sh 


d * 


cS 


OM 


a 



o„ 



' o 



O 



■a 

*3 *~i ca 
« to+j 



-*-> 




m 




a> 




£ 




CO 












J3 


cd 


O 


O 


1-5 


H 


-M 




OJ 





£3 

o o 



>>o 



$ 1 - 5 

6 - 9 

10 - 15 

16 - 24 

25 - 29 

30 - 39 

40 and over 
Free Rent ... 
Not stated.... 



40 

4 

113 



358 



66 


89 


8 


16 


11 


10 


3 


4 


2 


3 




2 


21 


7 


371 


154 



17 

9 

24 



19 
191 



437 

64 

25 

12 

9 

3 

1 

10 

209 



271 
472 
S31 
332 
101 
103 
42 
41 
398 



160 
235 
623 
214 
119 
107 
113 
26 
305 



38 
5 
7 
2 
1 
1 



78 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 5. Monthly Rent Paid by Districts. — (Continued) 





DISTRICTS 


Monthly Rent 
Paid 


Placentia & 

St. Mary's 

Total 


CO 
CD 

CD O 


3 o 
fflh 


Fortune Bay- 
Hermitage 
Total 


Burgeo & 
LaPoile 
Total 


St. George- 
Port au Port 
Total 


■2 ^ 

So 


03 

o 

« E-< 
CO 


o 

5 o 
i-l 


$ 1 - 5 

6 - 9 

10 - 15 

16 - 24 

25 - 29 

30 - 39 

40 and over 

Free Rent 

Not stated 


38 

16 

9 

1 

1 
68 


16 
4 

5 

2 
175 


36 
5 

10 
5 

2 
262 


23 
4 
4 
1 

1 

4 
328 


64 
11 

7 

1 

35 

216 


44 
4 

20 
1 

7 
159 


193 

126 

167 

177 

50 

18 

18 

39 

19J 


7 

27 

5 

2 
194 


6 
1 

2 
1 

32 
165 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



79 



Table 6. Value of Owned Dwellings, by Districts 




Value of 
Dwellings 



DISTRICTS 



*£$ 

CO o 
Offl 



O 



S 5 

CO 



<2~ 

o 



, -a 
.5 « — 

Km 



to 

ID 


CO 

H 


CO 


to 


S^ 


S73 






o o 


o o 


i-5 Eh 


nn 




+J 


02 


172 



"So 



Under $500 

$ 500 - 999 ... 

1,000 - 1,999 ... 

2,000 - 2,999 ... 

3,000 - 3,999 ... 

4,000 - 4,999 ... 

5,000 - 5,999 ... 

6,000 - 9,999 ... 

10,000 and over 

Not stated 



1,287 

516 

169 

29 

IS 

4 

4 

1 

1 



I 
1,321 | 797 



701 
264 J 

63 | 

I 
28 | 

I 
9 I 

I 
'1 

S 

I 

7 I 



331 
153 

28 
10 
6 
8 
2 
1 
11 



956 

575 

231 

57 

14 

5 

9 

5 

1 

10 



927 
713 
430 
139 
44 
8 

13 
7 
5 



580 

491 

1,023 

560 

278 
• 97 
56 
76 
33 
53 



551 

712 

825 

383 

185 

94 

61 

85 

69 

133 



736 
466 
US 

11 



so 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Value of Owned Dwellings by Districts (Continued) 





DISTRICTS 


Monthly Rent 
Paid 


icentia & 
. Mary's 
Total 




■s js 


rtune Bay- 

rmitage 

Total 


rgeo & 

Poile 

otal 


George- 
rt au Port 
Total 


S _ 


a) 

PQ.2 
o 


o 

Si *- 

.O O 




E M 


s 


3 O 


feffi 


3 rt(ri 


*J o 


ffi^ 


02 


tSfH 

t-] 


Under $500 


950 


1,601 


1,261 


1,510 


1,185 


919 


633 


622 


555 


$ 500 - 999 


483 


191 


487 


380 


270 


387 


460 


270 


100 


1,000 - 1,999 


76 


58 


187 


104 


69 


185 


456 


76 


40 


2,000 - 2,999 


30 


6 


39 


14 


26 


42 


179 


16 


14 


3,000 - 3,999 


10 


1 


11 


12 


5 


8 


87 


4 


3 


4,000 - 4,999 


1 


3 


8 


1 


2 


6 


32 




2 


5,000 - 5,999 


3 


1 


3 


3 


4 


6 


12 






6,000 - 9,999 


2 


1 


3 




1 


3 


10 


1 




10,000 and over.... 


1 




1 






2 


2 




2 


Not stated 


20 


28 


7 


27 


17 


9 


27 


49 


22 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



81 





Table 7. 


Families and Dwellings, City of St. John's 










Number 

of 
Families 


DWELLING HOUSES 




73 

™ 0) 

zo 


s $ 
Z > 


Number 
Owned 


- -a 


•a 

03 .S 

a » 
§3 


Value of 

Owned 

Dwellings 


St. 


John's City 

East 

West 




8,081 


7,005 


219 


4,071 


2,934 


47,038 


$9,457,100 




3,657 
4,424 


3,234 
3,771 


116 
103 


1,941 
2,130 


1,293 
1,641 


21,516 
25,522 


$4,950,100 
4,507,000 



Table 8. Monthly Rent Paid, and Value of Owned Dwellings 
City of St. John's 



Monthly Rent Paid 


Total No. 


Value of Owned Dwellings 


Total No. 


$ 1 - 5 

6 - 9 

10 - 15 

16 - 24 

25 - 29 

30 - 39 

40 and over 

Free Rent 

Not stated 


353 
678 
1,379 
540 
208 
192 
150 
57 
453 


Under $500 

500 - 999 

1,000 - 1,999 

2,000 - 2,999 

3,000 - 3,999 

4,000 - 4,999 

5,000 - 5,999 

6,000 - 9,999 

10,000 and over 

Not stated 


230 
526 
1,386 
810 
429 
180 
102 
147 
92 
169 



SECTION II. 

Occupations, Earnings and Buildings 



84 CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 

OCCUPATIONS AND EARNINGS 

The Tables herewith classify wage-earners, fifteen years of age and 
over, according to occupation and industry, and show earnings, by Sex, for 
Newfoundland, Labrador, and Districts. 

The term "Wage Earner" as used in the Census means "a person who 
works for salary or wages, whether he be the general manager of a bank, 
railway or manufacturing establishment or only a day labourer." 

"Earnings," as understood in the Census, include what is received 
from salary, wages, commission or piece work. 

Persons were asked to state their total earnings for the twelve month 
period prior to June 30th, 1935. 

Table 1 gives the per cent of earnings in each Industry to total 
earnings. 

Table 2 gives the number of persons in various occupations, 1857-1921. 

Table 3 gives the number of persons occupied and per cent of total 
population, Census years 1857-1935. 

Table 4 gives the total number and earnings of persons in selected 
occupations. In this table male wage-earners have been classified separ- 
ately from the females. 

Table 5 classifies earnings in various groupings for Newfoundland and 
Labrador, with per cent to total reporting. A total of 77,730 males re- 
ported occupations, of this number 64,271 stated their earnings, leaving a 
balance of 13,459 who gave no information whatever as to the amount 
earned by them. Females to the number of 10,980 reported occupations 
and 8,930 stated their earnings. Of those not reporting earnings, quite a 
number refused to give any information to the enumerators and others 
gave a nil return. A total of 88,710, males and females, reported 
occupations. 

Table 6 classifies earnings in various groupings, and various class of 
workers, by Districts. 

Table 7 gives the figures for the various Class of Workers; also the 
number of persons who are not working but who live on Income, for New- 
foundland and Labrador. A total of 2,857 persons, male and female, 
reported they were living on Income, out of this number 1,678 stated the 
amount of their Income ; the total amount being $375,571. 

Table 8 classifies wage-earners reporting earnings by industry groups 
and sex, and shows the total earnings for Newfoundland, Labrador and 
Districts. The total number of wage-earners by Industry groups in this 
Table agrees with the total in occupations as given in Table 5, but in Table 
5 are given the figures for those who did not state their earnings ; conse- 
quently in the summary Table 8, of wage earners by industry groups, the 
total earnings should be for 64,271 males and 8,930 females. 

Total Earnings 

The total amount of earnings reported for Newfoundland and Labrador 
exceeds $24,000,000; males reported $23,100,000 and females $1,800,000. 

The total amount received by the males gives an average of $360 to 
each male for the year, the females averaging $200. As will be seen from 
Table 5, more than 25% of the males reporting earnings, earned less than 
$100 during the year under review; 33% earned from $100 to $200 during 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



85 



the year; 23.4 % earned from $201 to $500; 11.5% earned from $501 to 
$1,000; 4.9% from $1,001 to $2,000 and 1.4% from $2,001 and over. 

It is noted from the returns of earnings given by males that 49% 
received up to $200 for the year. Fully 90 % of these gave their occupations 
as fishermen or loggers, the great majority, however, being fishermen. 

Taking the females it is found that 46.7% who reported earnings 
received less than $100 for the year; 23.9% from $100 to $200; 12.9%- from 
$201 to $300 and the remaining 16.5% from $301 and over for the year. 

Per Cent of Earnings by Industries 

The Table herewith may prove of interest, as it shows the proportion 
of earnings of each particular industry, to the total earnings. The per- 
centages are shown for males and females and are based on the total 
earnings for each. 



Table 1. Per Cent of Earnings of Each Industry to Total Earnings 



I Per Cent of Total Earnings 



INDUSTRY 


Male* 


Female 


Total Earnings 


$23,125,102 


$1,827,607 


Agriculture 


2.9 


0.1 


Forestry, Fisheries and Trapping 


25.9 






(19.6) 






3.9 




Manufacturing 


15.3 


5.7 




' 1.3 




Construction (including Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting, etc.) 


4.5 




Transportation and Communication (not including Postal 
Service) 


10.6 


1.5 




14.8 


33.5 




1.2 


0.1 




15.5 


59.1 




4.1 






100.0 


100.0 



86 CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



UNEMPLOYMENT 
Period July 1st, 1934— June 30th, 1935 

MALES 

In checking over the Census Returns we find that there are 97,300 
males 15 years of age and over. Substracting the number reported as 
being occupied and the number on Income from this figure gives the 
number of males unemployed during the year as 19,600. 

FEMALES 

In order to arrive at an approximate figure for unemployed females, 
using the same age limits as for males, several factors must be taken into 
account. Firstly, the number of those who stated their occupation; 
secondly, the thousands who are helping in the home, and thirdly, those 
who remain at home and who have not stated whether they are helpers 
in the home or not. The third class for purposes of this analysis are 
counted as being unemployed. 

Those who stated they worked at home totalled 11,000 and if eounted 
as employed, the total females employed would be 23,300. 

The total females, 15 years and over, less married, is 39,300 and sub- 
tracting the total employed from this figure we find 17,300 as unemployed. 

Finally, adding the males and females, we find that the number of 
unemployed for the period to be 36,900. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



87 



The following Table which gives occupations as compiled in previous 
Censuses may be of interest. <. 

Table 2. Number in Various Occupations, 1857-1921 



OCCUPATIONS 



CENSUS YEARS 



1857 



Archbishops 

Bishops 

Clergymen 

Teachers 

Lawyers .... 

Doctors 

Merchants and Traders 

Engaged in Office or Shop .... 

Government Service 

Farmers 

Fishermen and others who culti- 
vate land I 



Mechanics 



Catching and curing fish: 

Males 

Females—..^ ..,.-„.. T .,^ ... 

Lumbering 

Mining 

Engaged! in Factories 

Otherwise employed 



77 



71 



689 



1,532 



1,970 



. | 38,578 



334 



1869 



97 

24 

42 

591 



1874 



1,784 



2,019 

39,259 

391 
462 



2,353 



4 
120 

30 

41 

589 



1,004 



2,171 
45,845 

453 

29 



1884 



185 



41 

56 

895 

1,613 



1,685 



3,023 



3,628 



60,41! 



1,507 

404 



1891 



3 

183 

806 

43 

62 

771 

1,952 

614 

1,547 

36,303 
2,682 



36,694 
18,081 



I 
1901 I 1911 



625 
1,258 
1,058 
3,3601 8,686 



4 

239 

789 

55 

83 

1,040 

2,353 

739 

2,475 

40,438 
3,111 

41,231 
21,443 

1,408 

1,576 

626 



1 

3 

245 

1,395 

4-6 

119 
1,326 
4,641 
1,468 
2,915 



1921 



1 

■■', 

301_ 

1,622 

47- 

92 

1,09S 

5,186 

1,712 

3,227 



40,880 34,979 
5,376 4,862 



43,795 
23,245 

2,821 

2,260 

1,204 



11,639 14,811 



40,511 
24,937 

2,619 

1,137 

1,833 

16,121 



While there are but 4,226 who stated their occupations as farmers, 
there are thousands of fishermen and others who cultivate small strips of 
land, in addition to their usual occupation. This class is largely made up 
of fishermen-farmers. The great bulk of our population, however, is 
engaged in connection with the fisheries. 

In 1857, 31 per cent of the total population were engaged in catching 
and curing fish; in 1868, 25.4 per cent; in 1874, 28.4 per cent; in 1884, 30.6 
pei- cent; in 1891, 27.1 per cent; in 1901, 28.4 per cent; in 1911, 27.6 per 
cent; in 1921, 24.9 per cent; and in 1935, 12.1 per cent in catching only. 

In previous Census years females were added to the total of those 
catching and curing fish, special columns being embodied in the Census 
schedules for these ; also males of all ages were included. In the present 
Census females were not taken into account and only the males of 15 years 
of age and upwards were considered. This would account for the difference, 



88 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



to some extent, in the number of males engaged in the catching of fish 
in 1921 and the nuhiber engaged in 1935. 

The order in which the occupations would appear from the point of 
numbers engaged in them, exclusive of those in the Government Service, 
is as follows, viz: Males, (1) Fishermen, (2) Labourers and Unskilled 
workmen, (3) Longshoremen, (4) Loggers, (5) Farmers, (6) Carpenters, 
(7) Salesmen, (8) Miners, (9) Teachers and (10) Cooks. Only occupations 
in which 400 or more males are engaged are taken into account. Females, 
(1) Domestic Servants, (2) Teachers, (3) Stenographers and Typists, and 
(4) Nurses. Only occupations in which 300 or more females are engaged 
are taken into account. 



Table 3. Number of Persons Occupied 



Census Years 


Number Occupied 


Per Cent of Total Population 


1857 


42,671 


34.33 


1869 


45,042 


30.74 


1874 


53,309 


33.03 


1884 


73,796 


37.39 


1891 


56,784 


28.11 


1901 


67,368 


30.49 


1911 


82,426 


33.97 


1921 


80,372 


30.55 


1935 


88,710 


30.63 



90 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 





Newfoundland 




and 


Labrador 


OCCUPATION 






bts 




13 
O to 




a -a 

C3 E* 




** CD 






fc 




H 



MALES 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Bakers 

Barbers, Hairdressers .... 

Blacksmiths 

Boilermakers 

Bookkeepers, Cashiers .... 
Brick and stone masons 

Butchers 

Carpenters 

Chauffeurs 

Compositors, printers .... 



Cooks 



Coopers 

Electricians and wiremen 

Farmers 

Fishermen, (cod) 



Labourers, unskilled workmen, (not agricultural, mining or 
logging) .' 



Locomotive engineers 

Locomotive firemen 

Loggers 

Longshoremen 

Machinists 

Marine Engineers 

Marine Firemen 

Mechanics 

Miners, Lead and Zinc. Iron, etc. 



116 
104 
244 

61 
253 

57 

123 

2,071 

87 
139 
412 
389 
217 
4,226 
35,018 

8,431 
72 
70 

4,471 



I 
I 
i 
340 

186 

85 

80 

217 

1,135 



$ 70,208 

49,187 

114,661 

46,706 

252,261 

22,437 

61,422 

614,542 

35,494 

103,492 

155,199 

111,171 

260,890 

624,796 

4,545,110 

1,577,481 

78,599 

48,377 

S12.300 

102,563 

163,236 

64,256 

32,353 

164,020 

521,951 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



91 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts 



White Bay, 


Green Bay 


Grand Falls 


Twillingate 




03 




03 




«j 




03 


m 


bU 


03 


M 


03 


M 


03 


M> 


O 03 

*33 


■3 a 


a 

6 m 
^ 0) 


3.3 



o in 


3. a 

o s 

E- 1 C3 




O m 
^ 01 


■3 .3 

E-< ca 


PL, 


H 


Cu 


H 


Oh 


H 


EL, 


H 



MALES 






$ 




$ 


5 


$3,060 




$ ■ 










7 


5,150 











4 


1,480 


14 


15,468 


6 


1 990 











1 


1,200 






3 


900 


2 


2,100 


16 


22,260 


5 


3,019 










5 


5,115 


8 


1,120 











3 


1,510 




23 




7,220 


48 


12,624 


151 


76,503 


59 


28,175 


1 


190 






2 
3 


650 
1,400 












3 


1,600 
8,500 


4 


900 


26 


8,070 


50 


26,575 


26 


5 


829 










10 

2 


2 430 








53 


71,155 


920 


2 


950 


96 


12,797 


46 


17,356 


33 


4,128 


2,012 


361,173 


1,296 


206,132 


28 


5,542 


1,697 


209,498 ■ 


85 


12,453 


186 


28,012 


732 

17 


257,335 
22,045 


203 


29,697 











12 
491 


9,042 
119,785 






383 


61,491 


626 


113,593 


437 


60,665 










16 


4,600 










1 
3 


200 
1,300' 


34 
1 


39,785 
600 




: 






3 


940 


2 


215 










2 


1 146 


1 


200 






49 


62,209 


1 


400 






27 


23,630 


171 


182,726 


2 ■ 


1,700: 



92 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 



Newfoundland 
and Labrador 




26. Painters, decorators 

27. Plumbers, steam fitters 

28. Railway, conductors 

29. Salesmen 

30. Sheet Metal workers, tinsmiths 

31. Stone cutters and dressers 

32. Tailors 

33. Teachers, school 

34. Teamsters 

35. Telegraph Operators .., 

36. Truck Drivers 

37. Waiters, stewards 

FEMALES 

38. Bookkeepers, cashiers 

39. Charworkers, cleaners 

40. Confectionery, biscuit makers 

41. Cooks 

42. Domestic Servants 

43. Dressmakers 

44. Hairdressers, manicurists 

45. Matrons and housekeepers 

46. Nurses 

47. Saleswomen 

48. Sewers, sewing machinists 

49. Stenographers and typists 



116 


55,599 


114 


14,921 


S7 


20.298 


91 


10,837 


4,925 


325,049 


82 


12,984 


35 


22,046 


294 


44,337 


386 


101.329 


1,181 


264,617 


65 


13,343 



468 



231,560 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



93 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



FEMALES 



1 


250 


2 




20 
8 


8,472 
362 










3 


690 






2 


564 


6 
150 


74 


3,747 


136 


6,210 


415 


33,501 










2 


300 


1 










1 

5 


360 
1,344 




1 


760 


9 


455 


18 


5 


2,086 


5 


1,390 


6 


3,750 


8 


10 


403 


18 


1,815 


109 


25,874 


25 
4 







1 


200 



















White Bay 


Green Bay 


Grand Falls 


Twillingate 


d 


m 
id 

•3.3 
og 

H 3 


OS 


CO 

■3.3 

E-i as 
H 


t/3 

d 

*<* 


Ml 
"3 .3 

£ £ 

H as 
H 




W 

fac 

3.3 

£ £ 
m 










22 

21 

10 

116 

5 


16,120 
23,495 
12,463 
81,667 
4,754 


3 


540 


1 


700 


















15 


5,000 


16 
2 


6,600 
450 


26 
3 


10,303 
2,700 














5 
10 
31 

9 
14 
29 


4,400 
7,390 
20,915 
6,228 
5,320 




10 


3,424 


9 


3,140 


14 | 5,075 


5 
1 


2,300 

480 


5 
1 


2,609 
200 


4 | 2,485 
\ 




15,570 


1 













335 

5,194 
10 

730 
3,010 
4,116 

470 



.94 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 







Newfoundland 




OCCUPATION 


and Labrador 






QJJ 




, 


o m 
Oh 




50. 


Tailoresses 


114 


18,552 


51. 




1,107 


254,675 


52. 


Telegraph operators 


70 


20,706 


53. 


Telephone operators 


97 


32,704 


54. 




56 


8,760 


55. 




21 


1,878 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



95 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts.— (Continued) 



White Bay. 


Green Bay 


Grand. Falls 


Twillingate 


Cm 


M 

■3.S 
og 
H 3 


a 

On 


■a .a 

EH ca 

H 


' 3 


Ml 

•3.3 
H 


d 

Ph 


w 
id 

3.S 

EH a! 


















14 
3 


2,920 
1,290 


23 
5 
1 


6,059 

820 

40 


49 


12,805 


25 


7,905 




4 
2 


1,590 
247 


1 


600 








■. • 8 


480 

























96 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 





Fogo 


OCCUPATION 






m 
SO 




a 








Oh 




« 



MALES 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
IS. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 



Bakers 

Barbers, Hairdressers „ 

Blacksmiths 

Boilermakers 

Bookkeepers, Cashiers 

Brick and stone masons 

Butcher „ 

Carpenters 

Chauffeurs 

Compositors, printers 



Cooks 



Coopers 

Electricians and wiremen 

Farmers 

Fishermen (cod) 



Labourers and unskilled workmen, (not agricultural, mining 
or logging) 



Locomotive engineers 

Locomotive firemen 

Loggers 

Longshoremen 

Machinists 

Marine Engineers 

Marine Firemen 

Mechanics 

Miners, lead, zino, iron, etc 

Painters, decorators 



211 



247 



430 



3,925 



1,510 







s 


2,395 


7 


2,050 


15 


1.213 


2,191 


371,128 



48,193 



30,469 



1,500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



97 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Bonavista North 


Bonavista South 


Trinity 


North 


Trinity South 




co 




Cfl 




m 




w' 




ho 




M 


CO 


ho 


CO 


M 


d 


"3 3 

H 3 


d 

«1 


■3.S 
H as 


d 

01 


-3 .a 

og 
H 3 


d 


■3.9 
o S 

H C3 


04 


H 


Ph 


S 


Ph 


s 


P< 


H 



MALES 





% 




$ 




% 




$ 


3 


605 


4 


1,550 


12 


4,490 


6 


850 


4 


3,725 


2 


1,450 


5 


3,200 


2 


460 


105 


25,202 


69 


14,617 


126 


27,998 


105 


17,988 


1 


700 


5 


1,406 






1 


150 


27 


6,429 


17 


4,495 


24 


6,615 


28 


18,286 


7 


972 


15 


3,085 


52 

5 

81 


11,404 
4,230 
8,710 


40 


4,870 


10 


1,200 


74 


13,150 


134 


8,117 


2,314 


387,432 


2,019 


243,156 


2,229 


246,020 


1,682 


134,744 


344 


47,486 


370 


40,576 


528 
11 
12 

131 


20,998 
8,480 
9,730 

19,022 


329 


28,807 










1 
279 


150 


642 


118,397 


258 


41,254 


27,037 










2 


570 






2 


400 


















2 
9 


900 
6,020 


9 
3 


5,140 
2,500 






2 


1,860 


20 


17,655 


3 


580 


1 


1,200 


2 


200 


1 


150 



98 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 



Fogo 




27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 



Plumbers, steam fitters 

Railway conductors 

Salesmen 

Sheet metal workers, tinsmiths 

Stone cutters and dressers 

Tailors 

Teachers, school 

Teamsters 

Telegraph operators 

Truck Drivers 

Waiters, stewards 



FEMALES 



38. Bookkeepers, cashiers 

39. Charworkers, cleaners 

40. Confectionery, biscuit makers 

41. Cooks 

42. Domestic servants 

43. Dressmakers 

14. Hairdressers, manicurists 

45. Matrons and housekeepers 

46. Nurses 

47. Saleswomen 

48. Sewers, sewing machinists 

49. Stenographers and typists .... 

50. Tailoresses 

51. Teachers, school 

52. Telegraph operators 



50 



5,831 



1,664 

730 

2,048 

coo 

240 
2,299 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



99 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Bonavista North 


Bonavista South 


Trinity North 


Trinity South 


No. 
Persons 


CO 

bo 

i3 a 

H as 




CO 

M 

£ S 

E-< CD 


CO 

a 


CO 

o f 
E-i 3 

0, 


CO 

d 


CO 

bn 

■3.3 
-*-< r-i 

° 2 
E-i cs 














1 


300 






1 

44 

3 


1,200 

25,065 

1,600 


1 

45 
3 


200 

13,723 

1,650 




20 

4 


7,675 
1,360 


18 

2 


3,341 
1,100 






2 
31 
2 
7 
6 


400 
11,096 

550 
4,610 
2,195 










43 

2 


16,034 

500 

5,554 


59 


17,136 


28 
1 
8 

10 


10,475 
500 


11 


8 
6 
5 


3,620 
1,830 
1,050 


2,584 
3,000 


S 


2,660 

1 












FEMALES 


1 


100 










1 
3 


150 




4 


232 


1 


20 


50 












6 

105 
3 


365 

4,442 

150 


2 
203 


49 
8,107 






129 


3,938 


149 


5,397 














1 


180 

420 

2,069 






6 

8 
27 


660 
1,565 
3,438 


2 
10 

22 


157 


2 
19 


3 

30 


1,200 
4,041 


3,155 
3,050 


2 


700 








2 

4 

37 

6 


660 

235 

8,884 

2,085 












5 

42 

1 


145 


32 
2 


8,464 
600 


26 


8,445 


12,257 
300 











100 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 




53. Telephone operators 

54. Waitresses 

55. Weavers 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



101 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Bonavista North 


Bonavista South 


Trinity 


North 


Trinity 


South 


CO 

CI 

ll 

Oh 


to 
M 

18 

E-i as 
H 


Oh 


en 

■3 5 

££ 

H 


to 

a 

O 01 

" a) 
Oh 


02 

Oh 


CO 

a 

Oh 


CO 

M 

■a a 

H 














3 


347 




























5 


348 

















102 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 





Carbonear- 


! 


Bay de Verde 


OCCUPATION 








a 






4° 


o'S 




*% 


H 3 




Ph 


H 



MALES 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
lfi. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
20. 



Bakers 

Barbers, Hairdressers .... 

Blacksmiths 

Boilermakers 

Bookkeepers, Cashiers .... 
Brick and stone masons 

Butchers 

Carpenters 

Chauffeurs 

Compositors, printers .... 



Cooks 



Coopers 

Electricians and wiremen 

Farmers, 

Fishermen (cod) 



Labourers and unskilled workmen, (agricultural, mining or 
logging' not included) 



Locomotive engineers 

Locomotive firemen 

Loggers 

Longshoremen 

Machinists 

Marine engineers 

Marine firemen 

Mechanics 

Miners, lead, zinc, iron, etc. 
Painters, decorators 



1 


350 


13 


2,800 


3 


1,900 


:! 


1,065 


s 


3,500 


113 


26,130 


7 


2,160 


2 


400 


11 


2,984 


24 


6,920 


12 


7,685 


153 


9,097 


2.182 


275,072 


349 


29,137 





3,800 



13 



MS 



1,080 

2,650 
350 

ISO 

13,510 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



103 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Harbour Grace 






■3 S 



•E-i ca 



Port de Grave 



5 » 



■3.S 

og 
H 



Hr. Main- 
Bell Island 



o 
2 



og 
H 



St. John's West 






CO .n 

s £ 



MALES 















59 


$31,674 
18,558 


1 


593 


2 


550 


2 


870 


48 


7 


1,997 


15 


1,740 


32 


11,331 


49 


34,087 










1 


600 


50 


36,828 
73,266 










3 


2,500 


71 


2 


75 


1 


70 


2 


664 


27 


9,284 


4 


75 


4 


70 


28 


7,320 


48 


32,582 


82 


14,342 


117 


14,261 


136 


25,708 


292 


117,243 


3 


660 


1 


250 


2 


100 


32 


14,092 


4 


1,260 


3 


450 


1 


560 


53 


41,055 


2 


208 


3 


650 


10 


3,810 


17 


5,130 


16 


4,328 


9 


735 






127 


45,796 


3 


2,340 


11 


18,334 


17 


30,412 


43 


39,940 


181 


18,928 


167 


14,714 


1,303 


78,088 


493 


146,775 


589 


36,883 


1,013 


71,840 


309 


15,531 


407 


55,110 


324 


20,011 


286 


19,175 


36 


4,910 


1,043 


332,575 










1 


960 


11 


11,880 














14 
6 


9,566 


7 


1,280 


3 




2 


220 
















257 


45,883 


1 


435 


5 


5,385 


22 


10,949 


53 


41,626 


4 


700 


3 


475 


1 


800 


24 


23,743 


2 


100 










39 


17,978 










32 
691 


14,944 
244,687 


25 
6 


13,370 


89 


1,568 


13 


6,400 


2,930 


1 


70 


3 


800 


9 


6,153 


55 


32,018 



104 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



Carbonear- 
Bay de Verde 

OCCUPATION 




27. Plumbers, steam fitters 

28. Railway conductors 

29. Salesmen 

30. Sheet metal, workers, tinsmiths 

31. Stone cutters and dressers 

32. Tailors 

33. Teachers, school 

34. Teamsters 

35. Telegraph operators 

36. Truck Drivers 

37. Waiters, stewards 



FEMALES 



38. Bookkeepers, cashiers 

39. Charworkers, cleaners 

40. Confectionery, biscuit makers ... 

41. Cooks' 

42. Domestic Servants 

43. Dressmakers 

44. Hairdressers, manicurists 

45. Matrons and housekeepers 

40. Nurses 

47. Saleswomen 

48. Sewers, sewing machinists 

49. Stenographers, typists 

50. Tailoresses 

51. Teachers, school . ! 



1 


75 


1 


56 


2 


400 


1 


25 


174 


7,375 


5 


615 


S 


90S 


8 


980 


23 


2.S5S 


3 


740 


2 


50 


94 


24.S9R 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



105 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Harbour Grace 


Port df 


Grave 


Hr. Main- 
Bell Island 


St. John's West 


U 
CM 


m 
Ml 

•a a 
££ 

H oS 
W 


m 

a 

Cm 


w 
M 

■3.S 

o£ 

E-i cs 

H 


§ 

Hi 


to 

■s .a 


d 


CO 

OJJ 

i3 .a 

o g 

H 


2 


470 


1 


15 


5 


1,844 


13 

29 
418 


15,889 
10,834 


22 


4,080 


19 


5,174 


24 


7,710 


252,415 


4 


550 


3 


650 


2 


500 


16 
11 
18 


16,562 
5,990 


5 


740 






1 




15,844 


18 


9,107 


52 


23,998 


25 


10,451 


97 


27,793 


8 


1,190 


4 


675 


20 


5,372 


94 


39,922 


3 


1 300 


3 


930 






10 


9,066 
31,430 


4 


340 


8 


1,565 


36 


15,341 


57 


2 


565 






2 


220 


42 


19,888 











FEMALES 



2 


644 
135 






3 
2 


760 
210 


28 

49 

75 

8 

665 

21 

9 

53 

133 

273 

9 

177 

26 

97 


12,419 


3 






8,278 








17,326 


4 




24 
110 
4 
1 
5 
7 

34 


415 

6,293 

96 

200 

797 

1,372 

5,663 






1,617 


106 
3 


3,689 
310 


236 


13,511 


60,104 
3,942 






4,200 






6 
20 

77 


1,073 

3,272 

12,127 


13,873 


3 




29,902 


10 


1,172 

100 

400 

303 

10,129 


76,288 
2,135 


1 
5 


2 


790 


3 

6 

64 


1,460 

630 

11,180 


88,565 
6,232 


38 


49 


11,988 


27,793 



106 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



Carbonear- 
Bay de Verde 



OCCUPATION 




a 






52. Telegraph operators 

53. Telephone operators '. 

54. Waitresses 

55. Weavers 



150 
560 
200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



107 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Harbour Grace 


Port de Grave 


Hr. Main- 
Bell Island 


St. John's West 




w 
M 

■s .a 

H 


No. 
Persons 


3.S 


a 
*S3 

PL, 


M 

3 .a 


d 


■a .a 

E-i ca 
H 






2 
5 


780 
1,306 


4 
8 
3 


1,025 

1,798 

166 


3 

18 1 

18 | 
| 


2,120 


2 


540 


6,855 
2,790 






5 


990 





















108 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 





St. 


John's 


East 


OCCUPATION 


CO 

a 

4° 






w 
bo 

■3.S 
og 



MALES 

Bakers 

Barbers, Hairdressers 

Blacksmiths 

Boilermakers 

Bookkeepers, Cashiers 

Brick and stone masons 

Butchers 

Carpenters 

Chauffeurs 

Compositors, printers 

Cooks 

Coopers 

Electricians and wiremen 

Farmers 

Fishermen (cod) 

Labourers, unskilled workmen, (not agricultural, mining or 
logging) 

Locomotive engineers 

Locomotive firemen 

Loggers 

Longshoremen 

Machinists 

Marine Engineers 

Marine Firemen , 

Mechanics 

Miners 

Painters, decorators 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
IS. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 



42 


$26,558 


30 


18,266 


27 


9,576 


6 


4,838 


107 


101,565 


3 


1,944 


23 


10,310 


159 


59,651 


23 


11,146 


54 


42,737 


13 


7,620 


34 


16,702 


21 


19,708 


387 


83,235 


992 


113,612 


616 


165,032 


8 


6,284 


6 


1,248 


91 


24,625 


30 


22,231 


19 


19,650 


12 


3,960 


65 


36,002 


2 


1,520 


52 


15,714 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



109 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Ferryland 


Placentia and 
St. Mary's 


Placentia West 


B 


urin 




w 




co 




to 




CO 


= 


bo 


CO 


bio 


co 


bo 


Cfi 


bo 


■3.S 


d 


« d 


d 


i— i ^ 


a 


"3 d 
















.2 " 

~ CO 


og 


o g 

" CO 


EH S 


0) 


o g 
EH a 


CO 


og 
EH as 


fc 


H 


Oh 


K 


ft 


m 


PL, 


H 



MALES 



15 
3 



1 

3 

64 

2,155 

148 



400 



2,208 
180 



2,820 

9,801 

218,757 

19,298 



590 
500 
100 



1 

1 

61 

2 



5 
3 
2 

170 
1,378 

242 



1 

2 

52 

25 



1,970 



1,000 

16,194 

500 

1,560 j 

600 

700 

20,451 

142,334 

22,966 

1,750 
2,175 
4,071 
6,212 



200 
1,728 

3,820 



68 



19 



32 

2,390 

265 



70 



1,050 



450 



13,492 



1,320 
4,060 

2,936 

281,589 

28,115 



7,250 



550 



6 


1,800 


5 


2^550 


7 


5,160 


2 


300 


1 


300 


67 


16,030 



34 

8 

4 

20 

1,802 

287 



10,313 

2,900 

2,264 

4,130 

210,209 

33,836 



1,051 



1 


700 


4 


2,580 


4 


2,700 


48 


8,175 


2 


350 



110 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. TotalNumber in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 



St. John's East 




M 


m 


OB 


d 

A ° 


■sg 


ZJ 


3 H 


P* 


H 



27. Plumbers, steam fitters 

28. Railway conductors 

29. Salesmen 

30. Sheet metal workers, tinsmiths 

31. Stone cutters and dressers 

32. Tailors 

33. Teachers, school 

34. Teamsters 

35. Telegraph operators 

36. Truck Drivers 

37. Waiters, stewards 



20 



14,345 



376 


235,923 


24 


14,987 


8 


3,050 


44 


22,626 


54 


10,867 


12 


8,918 


6 


7,350 


39 


19,856 


34 


12,313 



FEMALES 



38. Bookkeepers, cashiers 

39. Charworkers, cleaners 

40. Confectionery, biscuit makers 

41. Cooks 

42. Domestic Servants 

43. Dressmakers 

44. Hairdressers, manicurists 

45. Matrons and housekeepers 

46. Nurses 

47. Saleswomen 

48. Sewers, sewing machinists 

49. Stenographers, typists 

50. Tailoresses 

51. Teachers, school 



40 


24,913 


28 


4,275 


7 


1,996 


26 


6,029 


S73 


86,750 


27 


5.S8G 


23 


17,286 


71 


14,497 


104 


24,539 


227 


69,391 


47 


10,163 


226 


119,000 


48 


9,704 


143 


28,307 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 193^ 



111 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Fei'rylanci 


Placentia and 
St. Mary's 


Placentia West 


B 


urin 


CO 

a 

o 

Oh 


03 
CUD 

•3.S 

og 

H ca 

H 


m 


m 

Oil 

3-2 
£ £ 

H 


CO 
PL, 


w 

a .2 
o g 

H 


CO 

a 

4° 


bo 

*.2 

H 






1 


1,200 










7 


2,700 


6 


1,610 


15 


4,760 


26 


12,950 


1 


30 


1 


30 


1 


200 


5 


1,300 






10 


2,912 


13 


4,301 


19 


6,871 
4,280 






1 








25 


1 


318 


2 


1,316 


7 


2,617 


5 


2,580 


12 


3,450 


5 


1,850 






2 


700 






7 


3,475 






1 


600 












FEMALES 


1 


480 


1 


100 


1 


180 


1 


1,300 






2 


30 






5 


258 


1 


60 


1 


180 


1 




2 


300 


93 


5,628 


80 


3,915 


126 


4,958 


133 


6,842 


2 


85 


6 


780 


3 


110 






14 


876 


8 


1,770 


32 


168 




7 


426 


3 


387 


3 


1,098 


2 


684 


12 


2,341 


13 


934 


5 
2 
1 


490 
325 
100 


14 


1,830 


46 


8,184 


2 








5 


1,860 
150 






1 
74 


50 
16,278 






2 
45 


53 


8,765 


40 


7,376 


9,382 



112 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



St. John's East 



OCCUPATION 



52. Telegraph operators 

53. Telephone operators 

54. Waitresses 

55. Weavers 




CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



113 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Ferryland 


Placentia and 
St. Mary's 


Placentia 


West 


Burin 




m 
W) 

■3.S 


w 


w 

M) 

•3.1 

°£ 

H 


IB 

0< 


in 

Ml 

« .5 

°S 

H « 

H 


w 
d 

« 


Ml 

•as 






5 

1 
1 


810 
86 


8 




1,875 


9 
3 

1 


2,465 






190 










25 































114 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 



Fortune Bay- 
Hermitage 




MALES 

Bakers 

Barbers, hairdressers 

Blacksmiths 

Boilermakers 

Bookkeepers, cashiers ■ 

Brick and stone masons 

Butchers 

Carpenters 

Chauffeurs 

Compositors, printers 

Cooks 

Coopers 

Electricians and wiremen 

Farmers 

Fishermen (cod) 

Labourers, unskilled workmen, (not agricultural, mining or 
logging) 

Locomotive engineers , 

Locomotive firemen 

Loggers 

Longshoremen 

Machinists 

Marine engineers 

Marine firemen 

Mechanics 

Miners 

Painters, decorators 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10, 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

17. 

18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
20. 



26 



33 



9 
1,626 

143 



1,680 



600 



6,489 



10,520 



950 
230,433 

15,697 



S30 
1,628 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



115 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Burgeo and 


St. George^ 


Humb 


er 


St. Barbe 


Labrador 


LaPoile 


Port au Port 












eg 














t/J 




cfl 


w 


W) 


w 


to 


W 




CJ) 


tc 


bfl 




M 


O m 


CO -^ 

H cd 


a 
o M 


■3 5 


S3 




5 -a 




■3.S 

H cd 


o co 


cd .3 
O P 


*!5 


2i3 






o u 


^ 0) 


£ fe 


H 3 


Oh 


H 


Dh 


H 


P* 




CM 


H 


Ch 


H 



MALES 



25 



23 
1 



15 
1,879 

277 

1 

7 
9 



1,100 
2,100 

3,400 
5,240 



5,565 
100 

1,800 

224,513 | 

I 
45,995 | 

1,000 
4,324 I 
130 I 



2.748 
2,408 

900 



53 
2 



2 
640 



150 
2,155 

1,852 
1,000 

10,227 
1,360 

2,240 

900 
130,506 



10 


$8,916 


5 


1,800 


17 


13,882 


3 


3,240 


15 


18,439 


1 


1,800 


3 


2,900 


152 


71,845 


2 


1,950 


14 


13,130 


28 


16,609 


8 


1,920 J 


39 


59,500 



453 | 96,416 | 

I 
386 | 75,380 



1 
365 



500 
50,513 

610 
1,300 

600 
2,870 

400 
400 



318 

748 

20 

22 

433 

41 

29 

5 

3 

21 

2 

24 



31,167 

56,426 

223,216 

22,400 

13,040 

150,746 

24,243 

38,695 

4,900 

1,510 

24,555 | 

I 
450 I 

15,946 | 



4S0 



3 | 2,090 



11 



11 
1 



13 
1,213 



2,620 



4,450 
400 

4,595 
197,179 



125 | 23,951 | 



221 



39,353 



2,000 



630 



1,025 



1,070 



844 | 154,381 
22 I 4,630 



I 
13 | 3,000 



I 



116 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 



OCCUPATION 



Hermitage 
Fortune Bay- 





CO 


CO 


to 


£ 


a 






O yj 


d a 


*53 


O c3 


H. 


hH 



27. Plumbers, steam fitters 

28. Railway conductors 

29. Salesmen 

30. Sheet metal workers, tinsmiths 

31. Stone cutters and dressers 

32. Tailors 

33. Teachers, school 

34. Teamsters 

35. Telegraph operators 

36. Truck Drivers 

37. Waiters, stewards 



in 



19 



4,084 



6,241 



3,244 



3,170 



FEMALES 



38. Bookkeepers, cashiers 

39. Charworkers, cleaners 

40. Confectionery, biscuit makers 

41. Cooks 

42. Domestic servants 

43. Dressmakers 

44. Hairdressers, manicurists 

45. Matrons, housekeepers 

46. Nurses 

47. Saleswomen 

48. Sewers, sewing machinists 

49. Stenographers, typists 

50. Tailoresses 

51. Teachers, school 



20 



IS 



2.771 



160 



2,441 



,311 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



117 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Burgee* and 


St. George- 


Humber 


St. Barbe 


Labrador 


LaPoile 


Port au Port 












m 




CO 




03 




en 




en 


w 


M 


CO 


M 


tn 


M 


CO 


M 


en 


of; 




EH rt 




■s a 

og 




3 a 


*S3 


3 a 
o s 

E-i 03 


O to 

Z ■- 


■3 a 

E- 1 ccj 


ft 


H 


PL, 


H 


ft 


M 


ft 


w 


ft 


H 



26 

1 



19 
1 

!l 

3 

11 









19 


17,315 






6,965 


1 


1,000 


2 


2,000 






G.595 


16 


7,440 


99 


61,318 


19 


12,170 


200 


3 


1,585 


8 


4,155 


1 


400 








4 


1,830 






7,537 


14 


3,440 


10 


6,350 




16 


5,793 


540 


5 


1,155 


46 


31,116 







5,014 


5 


2,170 


15 


9,874 


2 


1,080 


1,000 


5 


2,945 


15 


10,585 






4,381 










1 


50 











:! :: 

i 

6 | 1,844 

-I 

:i ::: 

2 J 610 

I 

1 | 100 



FEMALES 











12 
2 


5,650 
485 


1 



100 


.... ! 






5 


480 


I 










i 


2 


158 
3,785 
















2 

54 

1 


50 


119 


113 


6,149 


411 
4 


31,686 
640 




60 




3,388 


1,830 
60 
















18 


2,219 
2,700 
3,517 
150 
1,761 


11 
3 

12 


1,116 


6 

21 

113 


504 
14,090 
28,723 






1 


3 


3 
15 


746 
2,645 




9 



1 912 


24 


1,500 




1 








3 

6 

48 


900 

688 

7,922 


33 

5 

39 


13,824 

130 
9,113 










5 










20 


3,581 


9 


1,842 





2,775 



118 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Total Number in Selected Occupations and Total Amount 

for Newfoundland 





Fortune Bay- 
Hermitage 


OCCUPATION 




nj g 

o p 
* 3 


52. Telegraph operators 

53. Telephone operators 


3 


792 


54. Waitresses 



















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



119 



of Earnings Reported for Same, for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, 
and Districts. — (Continued) 



Burgeo and 


St. George- 


Humbei 




St. Barbe 


Lab 


rador 


LaPoile 


Port au Port 














CO 




co 






CO 




CO 




CO 


CO 


to 


CD 


tuO 


CO 




to 


CO 


to 


CO 


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120 



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Table 5. Classification of Earnings, Male and Female for Newfoundland 
and Labrador, Year Ended June 30th, 1935. 





MALE 


FEMALE 




EARNINGS 


S 
3 


Per Cent, 
ot Total 
Reporting 
Earnings 


u 

Si 

a 

3 


Per Cent, 
of Total 
Reporting 
Earnings 


"3 

O 


Under $100 


16,594 


25.8 


4,167 


46.7 


20,761 


100 - 200 


21,212 


33.0 


2,136 


23.9 


23,348 


201 - 300 


7,758 


12.1 


1,154 


12.9 


8,912 


301 - 400 


4,144 


6.5 


484 


5.4 


4.62S 


401 - 500 


3,105 


4.S 


365 


4.1 


3,470 


501 - GOO 


1,929 


3.0 


221 


2.5 


2,150 


601 - 1,000 


5,470 


8.5 


313 


3.5 


5.783 


1,001 - 1,500 


2,317 


3.6 


69 


0.8 


2,386 


1,501 - 2,000 


870 


1.3 


13 


0.2 


SS3 


2,001 - 2,500 


368 


0.6 


5 




373 


2,501 - 3,000 


209 


0.3 


1 




210 


3,001 - 4,000 


132 


0.2 


2 




134 


4,001 - 5,000 


97 


0.2 






97 


5,001 and over 


66 


0.1 






66 


Total Reporting Earnings 


64,271 


100 


8,930 


100 


73,201 


No Earnings Given 


13,459 




2,050 | 


15,509 


Total Reporting Occupations 


77,730 




10.9S0 | 


88,710 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



121 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 

Classification. 

DISTRICT OF WHITE BAY 





NUMBER 


EARNINGS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 


259 

963 

3S4 

172 

89 

61 

82 

20 

11 

3 

2 


72 

10 

10 

1 

1 


331 
973 
394 
173 
90 
61 


601 - 1,000 




S2 


1,001 - 1,500 




20 


1,500 - 2,000 




11 


2,001 - 2,500 




3 


2,501 - 3,000 




2 


3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 


















Not Given 


657 


55 


712 




2,703 


149 


2,852 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 


501 

1,551 

638 

13 


106 


607 
1,551 


43 


681 
13 








2,703 


149 


2,852 


Persons living on Income 


14 


6 


20 



122 



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Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — ( Continued) 

DISTRICT OF GREEN BAT 





NUMBER 


EARNINGS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Under $100 

100 - 200 ' 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

' 1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3 000 


471 

1,080 

372 

133 

98 

44 

56 

18 

4 

1 


112 

38 

15 

9 

1 

1 


583 

1,118 

387 

142 

99 

45 

56 




18 




4 




1 






3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 

Not stated 




















242 


39 


281 




2,519 


215 


2,734 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 


792 


172 


964 


Working on Own Account 


1.471 


4 


1,475 


Working without regular wages 


242 


39 


281 




14 




14 










2,519 


215 


2,734 


Persons living on Income 


14 


6 


20 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



123 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF GKAjVI) FALLS 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 .... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 .... 
2,501 - 3,000 .... 
3,001 - 4,000 .... 
4,001 - 5,000 .... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated 



228 


288 


516 


620 


175 


795 


318 


78 


396 


242 


29 


271 


212 


16 


22S 


145 


19 


164 


844 


IS 


862 


590 


i; 


596 


171 




171 


71 




71 


32 

17 

22 

9 




32 




17 




22 




9 


151 


61 


212 


3,672 


689 


4,361 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


3,251 
221 
153 

47 


671 
18 


3,922 
239 
153 




47 








3,672 


689 


4,361 


Persons living on Income 


46 


33 


79 



124 



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Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF TWILLINGATE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



IflOO 


741 


150 


891 


100 - 200 


1,100 


37 


1,137 


201 - 300 


323 


20 


343 


301 - 400 


121 


8 


129 


401 - 500 


64 


1 


65 


501 - 600 


42 


3 


45 


601 - 1,000 


72 


2 


74 


1,001 - 1,500 


9 


1 


10 


1,501 - 2,000 


O 




3 


2,001 - 2,500 








2,501 - 3,000 


3 





3 


3,001 - 4,000 








4,001 - 5,000 









5,001 and over 









Not stated 


280 


44 


324 




2,758 


266 


3,024 



Class of Workers 








1 1 
NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 



Working on Own Account 

Working without ergular wages 


S72 
1,614 

272 


202 
12 

52 


1,074 

1,626 

324 




2.75S 


266 


3.024 




40 


69 


109 



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125 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF TOGO 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



$100 


876 


151 


1,027 


100 - 200 


999 


25 


1,024 


201 - 300 


453 


16 


469 


301 - 400 


214 


2 


216 


401 - 500 


9S 


2 


100 


501 - 600 


42 


1 


43 


601 - 1,000 


79 


1 


80 


1,001 - 1,500 


22 
4 
3 




22 


1,501 - 2,000 




4 


2,001 - 2,500 




3 


2,501 - 3,000 






3,001 - 4,000 




1 




1 


4,001 - 5,000 






5,001 and over 









Not stated 


162 


S 


170 




2,953 


206 


3,159 



Class of Workers 





. 


NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 


1,158 

1,625 

162 

8 


192 
6 

8 


1,350 

1,631 

170 

8 








2,953 


206 


3,159 


Persons living on Income 


33 


22 


55 



126 



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Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

MSTKIIT OF 1JOXAV1STA X011TH 

I 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 .... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 .... 
2,501 - 3,000 .... 
3,001 - 4,000 .... 
4,001 - 5,000 .... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



851 

1,847 

542 

181 

101 

56 

75 

30 

14 

9 



149 



3,859 



97 

25 

21 

4 



46 



197 



94S 

1,872 

563 

185 

103 

57 

75 

3d 

14 

10 



195 



4,056 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



Male 



NUMBER 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 


2,075 


149 


2.224 


Working on Own Account 


1,604 


1 


1,605 


Working without regular wages 


155 


47 


202 




25 




25 








3,859 


197 


4,056 


Persons living on Income 


29 


S 


37 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



127 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF BOJJAVISTA SOUTH 



EARNINGS 



I 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ... 

201 - 300 ... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 ... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated 



1,206 


111 


1,317 


1,565 


33 


1,598 


406 


10 


416 


123 


8 


131 


103 


4 


107 


42 


3 


45 


! 106 

I 


9 


109 


21 
10 




21 




10 


1 

2 




1 




2 


1 




1 


1 
148 




1 


34 


182 


3,735 


206 


3,941 



(.'lass of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


1,110 

2,552 

45 

28 


177 
5 

24 


1,287 

2,557 

69 

2S 








3,735 


206 


3,941 


Persons living on Income 


51 


16 


67 



128 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — ( Continued) 

DISTRICT OF TRINITY NORTH 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ... 

201 - 300 ... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 ... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



1,178 

1,338 

340 

161 

10S 

66 

108 

27 

14 

2 

5 



461 



3,808 



ISO 

48 

19 

5 

6 

2 



46 



310 



1,367 

1,386 

359 

166 

114 

6S 

112 

27 

14 

2 

5 



507 



4,127 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 


1,257 


253 


1,510 


Working on Own Account 


2,073 


20 


2,563 


Working without regular wages 


460 


46 


506 


Employers 


18 




IS 










3,808 


319 


4,127 


Persons living on Income 


84 


57 


141 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



129 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF TRINITY SOUTH 



EARNINGS 



I 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 '.. 

5,001 and over 

Not stated 



1,074 

S92 

226 

91 

62 

36 

79 

25 

7 

9 

3 

2 



613 



3,119 



145 

41 

24 

6 

3 

3 



43 



273 



1,219 
933 
253 

97 

65 

39 

S7 

25 

7 

9 

3 

2 



656 



3,392 



Class of Workers 





NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 


1,021 


202 


1,223 


Working on Own Account .... 


1,480 


■ 27 


1,507 


Working without regular wages 


600 


43 


643 


Employers 


18 


1 


19 




3,119 


273 


3,392 




67 


28 


95 



130 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF CARBON KAR-BAY DE VERDE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ;.. 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 

1,001 - 1,500 ... 

1,501 - 2,000 ... 

2,001 - 2,500 ... 

2,501 - 3,000 ... 

3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 

5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



818 


157 


975 


1,032 


72 


1,104 


308 


45 


353 


176 


23 


199 


102 


7 


109 


83 


4 


87 


120 


2 


122 


26 


2 


28 


15 


1 


16 


6 

1 
3 




6 




1 






2 
2 




2 




2 


680 


4S 


728 


3,374 


361 


3.735 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


1,015 

1,661 

680 

IS 


286 
27 
4S 


1,301 

1,688 

72S 

IS 










3,374 


361 


3,735 


Persons living on Income 


114 


94 


208 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



131 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF HARBOUR GRACE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 •. 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 

5,001 and over .... 
Not stated 



766 


95 


861 


273 


26 


299 


71 


15 


86 


41 


9 


50 


45 


6 


51 


30 


1 


31 


61 


4 


65 


12 
7 
9 




12 


» 


7 




9 


1 
1 




1 




1 


286 


57 


343 


1,603 


213 


1,816 



Class of Workers 





NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


659 
644 

284 
16 


148 
14 
51 


807 

658 

335 

16 








1,603 


213 


1,816 


Persons living on Income 


49 


40 


89 



132 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — ( Continued) 

DISTRICT OF PORT DE GRAVE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 .... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 .... 
2,501 - 3,000 .... 
3,001 - 4,000 .... 
4,001 - 5,000 .... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated 



720 

428 

116 

46 

58 

22 

70 

26 

10 

11 

7 



529 



2,046 



111 

54 
34 
9 
7 
4 
1 



35 



255 



831 

482 
150 

55 
65 
26 
71 
26 
10 
11 
7 



564 



2,301 



Class of Workers 





NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 


991 

508 

529 

IS 


221 
11 
35 


1,212 

519 

564 

18 










2,046 


267 


2,313 


Persons living on Income 


94 


83 


177 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



133 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF HARBOUR MAIN - BELL ISLAND 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 .... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 .... 
2,501 - 3,000 .... 
3,001 - 4,000 .... 
4,001 - 5,000 .... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated 



919 


222 


1,141 


496 


111 


607 


266 


59 


325 


579 


17 


596 


318 


8 


326 


128 


3 


131 


196 


5 


201 


43 


1 


44 


18 


1 


19 


8 




8 


2 
2 




2 




2 


2 

4 

1,031 




2 




4 


74 


1,105 


4,012 


501 


4,513 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 
Employers 

Persons living on Income 



1,946 


366 


2,312 


1,010 


60 


1,070 


1,031 


74 


1,105 


25 


1 


26 


4,012 


501 


4,513 


117 


148 


265 



134 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF ST. JOHN'S WEST 



EARNINGS 





NUMBER 




Male 


Female 


1 

Total 


225 


420 


645 


544 


478 


1,022 


485 


304 


789 


324 


132 


456 


3SC 


110 


496 


303 


57 


360 


1,273 


88 


1,361 


472 


10 


482 


164 


5 


169 


64 


2 


66 


45 
25 




45 


1 


26 


IS 




18 


12 

2,456 

t 




1° 


1 

496 


2,952 


6,796 


2,103 


8,899 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .. 

201 - 300 .. 

301 - 400 .. 

401 - 500 .. 

501 - 600 .. 

601 - 1,000 .. 
1,001 - 1,500 .. 
1,501 - 2,000 .. 
2,001 - 2,500 .. 
2,501 - 3,000 .. 
3,001 - 4,000 .. 
4,001 - 5,000 .. 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 


4.51S 


1,797 


6,315 


Working' on Own Account 


555 


67 


622 


Working without regular wages 


1,656 


234 


1,891 




67 


5 


71 




6,796 


2,103 


8,899 




160 


73 


233 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



135 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF ST. JOHN'S EAST 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 

5,001 and ov 

Not stated ... 





187 


414 


601 




422 


574 


996 




399 


26S 


667 




228 


130 


358 




338 


130 


468 




226 


88 


314 




924 


146 


1,070 




386 


34 


420 




198 


5 


203 




83 


2 


85 




52 


1 


53 




46 


1 


47 




38 




38 




23 




23 




2,310 


494 


' 2,803 




5,860 


2,287 


8,147 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



Male 



NUMBER 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working without regular wages 


3,459 
1,006 
1,313 

82 


1,882 
170 
233 

2 


5,341 
1,176 
1,546 

S4 




5,850 


2,287 


8,147 




139 


225 


364 



136 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF FERRYLAND 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - fiOO 


775 

956 

243 

77 

47 

16 

40 

19 

7 

2 

1 

1 


115 

39 

14 

9 

4 


890 

995 

257 

86 

51 

16 


601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

3,001 - 4,000 

Not stated 


1 
3 

1 


41 

22 

8 

2 




1 




1 






2 
461 




2 


43 


504 




2,647 


229 


2,876 





Class of Workers 










NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female | 
1 


Total 



Wage Earners 

Working without regular wages 


589 

1,969 

81 

S 


177 

6 

46 


766 

1,975 

127 

8 








2,647 


229 


2,876 




50 


55 


105 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



137 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF PLACENTIA AND ST. MART'S 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ... 

201 - 300 ... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 ... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



880 


101 


981 


664 


43 


707 


162 


46 


208 


83 


9 


92 


71 


5 


76 


31 
73 




31 


2 


75 


18 
7 
1 
6 
1 




18 




7 




1 




fi 




1 


284 


58 


342 


2,281 


264 


2,545 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Employers 

Working without regular wages 

Persons living on Income 



1,226 

765 

4 

286 



2,281 



86 



1SS 
20 



56 



264 



75 



1,414 

785 

4 

342 



2,545 



161 



138 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — ( Continued) 

DISTRICT OF PLACENTIA WEST 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ... 

201 - 300 ... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 ... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



1,167 


128 


1,295 


1,064 


26 


1,090 


242 


14 


256 


89 


7 


96 


67 


9 


70 


21 


1 


22 


42 
8 
5 
1 
2 




42 




8 




5 




1 




2 


2 
355 




2 


49 


404 


3,065 


228 


3,293 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 
Employers 

Persons living on Income 



1,517 


ISO 


1,697 


1,127 


2 


1,129 


358 


46 


404 


63 




63 






3,065 


228 


3,293 


5S 


61 


119 



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139 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF BURIN 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

301 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 .... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 .... 
2,501 - 3,000 .... 
3,001 - 4,000 .... 
4,001 - 5,000 .... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



1,008 


390 


1,398 


891 


40 


931 


298 


31 


329 


119 


17 


136 


85 


5 


90 


38 


4 


42 


92 


6 


98 


2S 


1 


29 


12 
3 




12 




o 




9 




2 


155 


37 


192 


2,734 


531 


3,265 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 
Employers 

Persons living on Income 



1,395 


480 


1,875 


1,166 


14 


1,180 


155 


37 


192 


18 




18 







2,734 


531 


3,265 


52 


66 


118 



140 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF FORTUNE BAY AND HERMITAGE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1.500 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2.501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 

5,001 and over 

Not stated 



741 


110 


851 


690 


20 


710 


352 


11 


363 


130 


2 


132 


46 


1 


47 


31 




31 


49 

14 

5 

1 

2 




49 




14 




5 




1 




2 


93 


31 


124 


2,154 


175 


2,329 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages... 
Employers 

Persons living on Income 



1,006 


140 


1,146 


1,037 


4 


1,041 


93 


31 


124 


18 




18 






2,154 


175 


2,329 


18 


8 


26 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



141 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT 01 1 BURGEO & LA POILE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4,001 - 5,000 

5,001 and over 

Not stated 



578 


77 


655 


918 


29 


947 


287 


16 


303 


120 


5 


125 


84 


5 . 


89 


65 


5 


70 


96 


7 


103 


30 




30 


* 




7 




7 


2 

2 




2 




2 


1 




1 


1 




1 


501 


65 


566 


2,692 


209 


2,901 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 


528 


132 


660 


Working on Own Account .... 


1,627 


10 


1,637 


Working without regular wages 


499 


67 


566 


Employers 


38 




38 








2,692 


209 


2,901 




85 


99 


184 



142 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 

Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE-PORT AU PORT 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



I 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 ... 

201 - 300 ... 

301 - 400 ... 

401 - 500 ... 

501 - 600 ... 

601 - 1,000 ... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 ... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



358 


81 


430 


778 


46 


824 


318 


21 


339 


161 


7 


168 


110 


2 


112 


92 
127 




92 


O 


130 


26 




26 


10 




10 


i 
2 




4 




•i 


2 




2 


1 
313 




1 


64 


377 


2,302 


224 


2,526 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 


CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 


1,040 


152 


1,192 


Working on Own Account 


944 


S 


952 


Working without regular wages 


313 


64 


377 


Employers 


5 




5 








2,302 


224 


2,526 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



143 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — ( Continued) 

DISTRICT OF HUMBEIi 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 
1,001 - 1,500 ... 
1,501 - 2,000 .... 
2,001 - 2,500 ... 
2,501 - 3,000 ... 
3,001 - 4,000 ... 
4,001 - 5,000 ... 
5,001 and over 
Not stated .... 



256 


343 


599 


677 


110 


796 


416 


52 


468 


313 


30 


343 


256 


28 


284 


232 


17 


249 


703 


12 


715 


406 


11 


417 


160 

72 




160 




72 


33 




33 


18 

14 

8 




18 




14 




8 


368 


70 


43S 


| 3,932 


682 


4,614 



Class of Workers 







NUMBER 




CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


2,845 

726 

345 

16 


658 
13 
11 


3,503 " 
739 
356 
16 








3,932 


682 


4,614 


Persons living on Income 


48 


22 


70 



144 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OF ST. BARBE 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 

201 - 300 

301 - 400 

401 - 500 

501 - 600 

601 - 1,000 

1,001 - 1,500 

1,501 - 2,000 

2,001 - 2,500 

2,501 - 3,000 

3,001 - 4,000 

4.000 - 5,000 

5.001 and over 

Not stated 



201 


58 


259 


664 


20 


684 


248 


8 


256 


125 


4 


129 


90 


3 


93 




3 


36 


47 
19 




47 




19 


3 




3 


1 
1 




1 




L 


1 
389 




1 


7 


396 


1,822 


103 


1,925 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 


449 


92 


541 


Working on Own Account 


984 


1 


985 . 


Working without regular wages 


386 


10 


396 


Employers 


3 




n 








1,822 


103 


1,925 


Persons living on Income 


8 




8 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



145 



Table 6. Number of Males and Females According to Earnings 
Classification. — (Continued) 

DISTRICT OY LABRADOR 



EARNINGS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under $100 

100 - 200 .... 

201 - 300 .... 

301 - 400 .... 

401 - 500 .... 

501 - 600 .... 

601 - 1,000 .... 

1,001 - 1,500 .... 

1,501 - 2,000 .... 

2,001 - 2,500 .... 

2,501 - 3,000 .... 

3,001 - 4,000 .... 

4,001 - 5,000 .... 

5,001 and over 

Not stated 



Ill 


30 


141 


311 


7 


318 


183 


3 


186 


95 


2 


97 


67 


6 


73 


44 


1 


45 


56 




56 


22 
4 
2 




22 


► 


4 




2 


3 




3 


1 
385 




1 


34 


419 


1,284 


83 


1,367 



Class of Workers 



CLASS OF WORKERS 



NUMBER 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 
Employers 

Persons living on Income 



109 


48 


157 


825 


1 


826 


349 


34 


383 


1 




1 






1,284 


83 


1,367 


7 


17 


24 



146 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 

Table 7. Class of Workers, Newfoundland and Labrador 



NUMBER 



CLASS OF WORKERS 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Wage Earners 

Working on Own Account 

Working without regular wages 

Employers 


1 
35,329 9,071 

1 
30,745 i 521 

1 
11,085 1,379 

I 
571 9 

j 


44,400 

31,266 

12,364 

580 


Total reporting occupations 


77,730 10,980 


88,710 


Persons living on Income 


1,519 


1,338 


2,857 



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147 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and Labrador 



INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its Products 

Non-Ferrous Metal Products 

Non-Metallic Mineral Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 



Construction, (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 



Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration .... 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 


77,730 


10,980 


23,125,102 


1,827,662 


4,332 


7 


672,563 


2,440 


41,808 


2 


5,987,086 


49 


1,821 




899,345 




5,181 




755 


3,531,363 


103,472 


241 


203 


173,229 


38,033 


519 


346 


233,999 


22,991 


124 


179 


69,317 


31,888 


3,563 


15 


2,449,220 


5,830 


629 




535,491 


570 


1 
37 




950 
29,280 




1 


2,200 


14 


o 


14,571 


1,000 


53 


5 


25,306 


960 


272 




297,819 




3,028 




1.048,579 




4,815 


102 


2,453,972 


27,881 


4,363 


1,964 


3,422,233 


611,523 


206 


2 


280,590 


2,000 


5.190 


8,103 


3,590,767 


1,080,093 


1,616 


1,551 


1,343,975 


393,591 


2,019 


455 


1,495,911 


148,905 


67 


5 


37,903 


1,656 


752 


278 


354,840 


49,700 


11 




14,810 




725 


5,826 


343,328 


496,232 


6,714 


33 


940, 7S5 


204 



148 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and Districts 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


WHITE BAY 


No. 


No. 


1 


% 


All Industries 


2,703 


149 


535,757 


15,151 


Forestry, Fisheries and Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 


3 




1,800 




2,431 




432,181 







600 




39 


12 


9,487 


535 


Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 










23 


4 


4,437 


55 






8 




480 


Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing,, Engraving, etc 




16 




5,050 

































Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


■ 











31 




10,299 




11 





3,535 




31 


11 


23.058 




653 














95 


126 


46,003 


13,963 


Professional 


38 


36 


17.231 


7,020 


Public Administration 


26 


S 


16,782 


2.050 


























I 


Personal Service 


:',1 


82 


11,990 


4.S93 








S.794 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



149 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 




Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


GREEN BAY 
All Industries 


No. 
2,519 


No. 
215 


498,481 


18,600 




96 

1,973 

28 

38 




12,797 

339,069 

24,130 

10,050 




Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 






Mining, Quarrying 






Manufacturing 






Vegetable Products 




Animal Products 


3 

1 

30 

4 




410 
130 

8,410 
1,100 




Textile Products 






Woods and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 






Iron and its products 






Miscellaneous Products 






Electric Light and Power 








Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) .... 


51 

36 
69 
2 
53 
25 
23 




13,324 

12,010 
37,128 
350 
23,841 
11,625 
10,636 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 






Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 


21 


2,015 


Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 


194 
33 
11 


16,585 
8,014 
1,496 


Custom and Repair 


5 






1,580 




Business Service 






Personal Service 




150 




7,075 


Unspecified 


173 


25,782 









150 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


GRAND FALLS 


No. 


; no. 


$ 


% 


All Industries 


3,672 


689 


2,732,290 


114,593 




49 




18,616 




Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying !... 


612 




170,971 




226 




249,666 




Manufacturing 


1,190 


1 


1,227,259 


300 


Vegetable Products 


6 




3,960 






1 




200 










Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 


1,054 


1 


1.057,970 


300 




126 
2 




159,029 
5,100 




Non-Metallic Mineral Products 






Chemical and Allied Products 






Miscellaneous 


1 
61 




1,000 
S5.760 





Electric Light and Power 






Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


2MB 




173,181 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 


347 





250,323 




Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


220 


160 


213,153 


47,326 


Finance 


12 
246 




17,000 
207,338 




Service! 


52 S 


66,967 


Professional 


53 


59 


61,962 


18,217 


Public Administration 


70 


7 


55,580 


1,712 


Recreational 


' 3 
29 




2,260 
24,238 




Custom and Repair 


12 


1,996 












Personal Service 


91 


450 


63,298 


45,042 


Unspecified 


423 




119,023 












CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



151 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



TWILLINGATE 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 

Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



73 

56 
72 
2 
116 
53 
24 



30 
206 



27 



239 

47 

7 



177 



32,535 

24,792 
42,423 
1,000 
54,114 
28,700 
13,148 

2,155 

10,111 
30,523 



No. 
2,758 


No. 
266 


479,043 


$ 
25,037 


33 

2,152 
2 

44 

1 

1 

1 

37 

2 

1 

1 
2 




4,128 

273,573 
1,700 

13,335 

600 

150 

350 

11,305 


































280 

• 400 

250 

920 





















4,556 

20,481 
11,900 

(UO 

992 
6,979 



152 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males Females 



FOGO 


No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 


All Industries 


2,953 


206 


585,483 


17,033 


Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Vegetable Products 


15 




1,215 




2,490 





413,148 




3 




2,460 




128 




37,783 















17 




3,515 














Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its products 


111 






34,268 














I i 

I : 






1 1 

. 1 


Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 




1 i 




12 




3,736 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


1)5 




22,319 




77 


19 


49.4S7 


3,948 




■■> 




1,630 




Service 


56 


187 


32,082 


13,085 




31 


24 


20,816 


4,024 


Public Administration 


21 


it 


10,046 


661 












Custom and Repair 


o 


4 


430 


240 














2 


150 


790 


8,160 


Unspecified 


105 




21,623 









CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



153 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


BONAVISTA NORTH 


No. 


No. 


? 


I 


All Industries 


3,859 


197 


779,250 


16,281 


Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 


10 




1,200 




3,000 




522,812 




6 




3,860 




98 




32,575 












13 




3,180 











Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 




81 




27,895 




Iron and its products 


3 




1,100 




Chemical and Allied Products 










Miscellaneous Products 


1 




400 




Electric Light and Power 






Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


114 




28,162 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 


120 




41,837 




Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


65 


24 


43,820 


2,059 


Finance 










Service 


150 


173 


69,082 


14,222 


Professional 


66 


35 


38,099 


9,234 


Public Administration 


45 


S 


21,289 


870 


Recreational 











Custom and Repair 


4 




605 


... . 


Business Service 











Personal Service 


35 


130 


9,089 


4,118 


Unspecified 


296 




35,902 









154 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


BONAVISTA SOUTH 


No. 


No. 


$ 


? 


All Industries 


3,735 


206 


669,967 


21,202 


Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Vegetable Products 


78 




13,523 




2,646 
14 




348,040 






7,970 




225 




53,820 












8 




3,485 














Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 


206 




44,202 




Iron and its products 


11 




6,133 














Miscellaneous 








! 


Electric Light and Power 







1 


Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


SO 





■ 

21,467 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 


124 


3 


54,388 


9U 


Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


108 


31 


S2.536 


4.291 


Finance 


2 

S7 




2,650 
44.617 




Service 


172 


16,821 


Professional 


47 


30 


24,426 


9,695 


Public Administration 


29 


10 


16,531 


1,479 


Recreational 










Custom and Repair 


8 


3 


2,550 


150 


Business Service 












3 


129 


i 

1,110 


5,497 




371 




40,956 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



155 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males i 

1 


Females 


! 

TRINITY NORTH 


No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 


All Industries 


3, SOS 


319 


652,174 


30,682 




SI 


I 


8,710 




Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 


2,386 


2 


272,605 


49 


Mining, Quarrying 






3,500 




SOS 




67,659 




Vegetable Products 










10 




3,865 






4 




412 




Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) .... 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


272 




5S.777 




2 




570 













20 






4,035 




5 




4,230 




131 




29,848 




217 




93,492 




103 


34 


57,200 


6,238 




3 




4,990 










157 


2S3 


70,057 


24,395 


Professional 


86 


47 


40,281 


10,535 


Public Administration 

Recreational 


56 


17 


24,436 


3,618 










Custom and Repair 


14 


4 


4,740 


235 












1 


215 


600 


10,007 


Unspecified 


412 




39,883 










156 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


TRINITY SOUTH 


No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 




3,119 


273 


466,750 


29,751 


Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 


139 




8,897 




2,001 
26 




173,327 






17,555 








Manufacturing 


133 


6 


20,468 


532 


Vegetable Products 

Textile Products 

Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Printing, Publishing. Engraving, etc. 

Iron and its products 

Chemical and Allied Products 




1 




192 


15 




2,510 






5 




340 


114 




17,093 




4 




865 




















Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 




7 




4,670 




113 




20,513 




1S2 




94.960 




81 




33 


30,632 


5,050 




i 




4,564 




Service 


181 


234 


74,432 


24,169 


Professional 


56 


57 


25,796 


16,249 


Public Administration 


107 


11 


46,371 


1,225 












Custom and Repair 


S 


5 


925 


145 














10 


161 


1,340 


6,550 


Unspecified 


252 




16,732 









t t t t t 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



157 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



I 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



Males 



Females 



CARBONEAR - BAY DE VERDE 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products ' 

Textile Products 

Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration I 

I 
Recreational | 

Custom and Repair | 

I 
Business Service I 

I 
Personal Service | 

Unspecified | 

I 



26 



38 

f) 



12 

126 

111 

151 

5 

180 

MO 

4:*, 



26 



15 
510 



,665 



4 
38 



316 

111 

7 



189 



12,170 
4,610 



7,685 

31.741 

42,231 

122.82S 

5,264 

105,624 

71,805 

23,069 

6,680 

4,070 
27,501 



1 

No. 


No 




* 


!f 


1 
3,374 




',61 '' 

j 


671,633 


50,000 


156 




1 


9,397 


280 


2,203 






277,807 




47 




' 


16,110 




1 

73 

1 




2 
2 


1 
25,445 


400 
400 



560 
6,549 

42,211 

28,897 
805 

965 

11,544 



158 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females j Males 

I 



Females 



HARBOUR GRACE 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing. 
Engraving, etc 



Iron and its Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 



Transportation and Communication (not| 
including Postal Service) | 

I 
Trade — Wholesale and Retail i 

I 
Finance J 

Service ! 

I 
Professional 

I 
Public Administration ; 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



I I 

No. j No. % 

1 i 
1,603 213 ! 241,539 



I 



183 

609 

I 
95 ' 

I 
104! 

i 
2 I 



35 

5 



96 

79 
S6 
7 
93 
37 



16 



191 
47 




19,378 

40,937 

4,063 

27,130 

500 
13.0S7 

230 

11,518 
795 

1,000 
4,315 

17,487 

21,074 



3,729 

1,821 
13,408 



32,711 



400 



400 



35.793 


2,878 


3.300 




54,654 


29,433 


33,663 


21,414 


15.441 


444 



713 



6.S62 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



159 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males | Females 



PORT DE GRAVE 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing,! 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

! 
Iron and its Products ! 

Chemical and Allied Products 

I 
Miscellaneous 

I 
Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Plumbing. Car- 
pentry, Painting, etc.) ; 



Transportation and Communication 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



i not 



171 




No. 



■J 5 a 



347,848 



41 



182 

51 

5- 



122 



15,799 

74,505 

7,600 

22,945 

150 
2,300 

14,610 

5,885 



20,894 



16.S96 



15,606 



2,653 



31,067 



100 



1,180 



1.180 



59,588 


345 


46,444 


7,443 


2,550 




69,507 


21,999 


46,109 


12,548 



1.280 



96 



5,139 8,075 

I 

11,120 i 



1.60 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



HARBOUR MAIN - BELL ISLAND 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping .... 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products .... 

Textile Products 




Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

I 
Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not! 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail I 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service ... 

Unspecified 



.... 



155 



1,310 




80,303 


326 




17,456 


1,173 




483,957 


67 
4 




20,172 




1,790 


4 




1,100 








19 




6,845 


37 




10,212 








3 


I 


225 
7,93'0 


12 





35,369 



194 


S 


73,295 


1,798 


115 


10S 


94.375 


22,689 


2 




1.950 ] 




151 


3 So 


S5.125 


3S.547 


59 


99 


47,586 


16,265 


55 


10 

1 


27,184 i 


2.141 


1 


1 


1 

840 

4,215 ! 




21 


1 
6 

! 


630 


» 


270 


1 
5,300 ] 


19.511 


507 


1 


22,906 1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



161 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



ST. JOHN'S WEST 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its Products 

Non-Ferrous Metal Products 

Non-Metallic Mineral Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) I 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



Total Reporting 



I 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



Males ! Females 
I 



No. 
6,796 



536 

427 
6 
902 
124 
127 
83 

258 

270 

1 

19 

3 

17 

51 

546 



No. 
2,103 



3,773,944 



321 

153 

46 

109 



247 


20 


1.150 


517 


46 




1,097 


1,244 


195 


207 


425 


109 


31 


1 


276 


62 


4 




166 


865 


1 
788 


1 



168,845 

58,110 

2,930 

577,216 
86,934 
85,127 
45,541 

131,884 

197,880 

950 

16,630 

1,474 

10,796 

47,770 

224,768 

698,209 
976,192 

66,278 
801,610 
190,645 
356,335 

10,510 

155,303 

4,250 

84,567 
152.016 



I 



471,382 



62,103 

26,477 

9,633 

21,483 



930 
570 



2,200 



S10 



7,424 
187,999 

213,808 

58,959 

50,323 

1,000 

12,302 

101,224 

4S 



162 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



T 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 

ST. JOHN'S EAST 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Total Reporting 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing,) 
Publishing, Engraving, etc I 

Iron and its Products ! 

Non-Ferrous Metal Products 

I 
Non-metallic Mineral Products j 

I 
Chemical and Allied Products | 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) ! 

I 

Transportation and Communication (not| 

including Postal Service) I 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail I 

Finance 

I 
Service I 

I 
Professional I 

Public Administration 

j 
Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

I 
Business Service ! 

I- 

Personal Service ' 

I 
Unspecified 



No. 



5,860 



I 



408 

I 
1,036 

I 
4 

I 

394 

I 
88 

59 

I 
14 



I 



160 
44 



16 

7 
6 

23 

459 



Males | Females 

I 



No. $ 

I 

2,287 j 3,497,185 



96 

46 



95,029 

138,798 

2,580 

323,989 

69,579 

65,118 

15,434 



20.7SS 



577,604 



2,060 



22,692 

10,824 

922 

8,096 



127,406 - 
25,705 


1,700 


i 




7,550 ' 




7,647 
5,550 i 


1,000 

150 



652 


43 


335,626 [ 


17,664 


,022 


535 


i 
937, 62S 


227,686 


S3 


1 


127.044 ' 


1,000 


,362 


1,607 


1.21S.759 


306,346 


343 


252 


395,405 


67,614 


579 


127 


599.846 I 

| 


55,314 


23 


4 


1S.993 | 


656 


224 


116 


106,500 ! 


27.321 






1 
10,560 1 

1 
S7.455 




1S6 


1.10S 


155,441 


417 


1 


121,222 ' 


156 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



163 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


PERRYLAND 


No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 


All Industries 


2,647 


229 


376,730 


20,842 




64 
2,16" 




9,801 
223,987 




Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 






Mining, Quarrying .... 


1 









Manufacturing 


19 





5,055 


40 


Vegetable Products 










Animal Products 


19 


•> 
■J 


5,055 


40 


Textile Products 










Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 











Iron and its Products 










Chemical and Allied Products 










Electric Light and Power 


2 




1,620 




Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


20 




5,005 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 


50 




26,789 




Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


42 


18 


32,830 


1,684 


Finance 










Service 


77 


180 


55,246 


19,118 


Professional „ 


17 


57 


25,300 


10,302 


Public Administration 


50 


9 


26,916 


1,432 


Recreational 










I 
Custom and Repair 


5 


2 


750 


85 












Personal Service 


5 


112 


2,280 


7,299 




209 

1 


28 


16,397 



















1C4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



I 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Total Earnings 



Males 



Females 



Males 



Females 



PLACENTIA AND ST. MARY'S 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing 

Publishing, Engraving, etc | 

/ 
Iron and its Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 



Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 




CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1936 



165 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


PLACENTIA WEST 


No. 


No. 


$ 


$ 


All Industries 


3,065 


228 


429,007 


16,894 


Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 


32 




2,936 




2,472 




290,105 












84 


1 


17,189 


26 


Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 










43 


1 


7,247 


26 




1 




200 




Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 


40 




9,742 

































Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 











75 




15,302 




51 




18,651 




147 


15 


51,966 


2,010 




66 


212 


24,254 


14,858 


Professional 


27 


40 


8,315 


7,376 


Public Administration 


37 


10 


14,889 


2,246 












Custom and Repair 


2 


3 


1,050 


110 


Business Service 












159 




5,126 


Unspecified 




138 




8,604 










166 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males ! Females 



BURIN 


No. 


i 

| No. 


I 


$ 


All Industries 


2,734 


1 

531 


495,700 


47,498 


Agriculture 


20 


1 


4,130 




1,856 





206,540 




Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 


48 




8,175 




51 


248 


17,212 




10,258 


Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 










18 


248 


5,210 




10,258 




8 




2,490 




Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 


24 




8,812 




1 




700 




. 




















Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


5 






2,964 




83 




19,585 




145 




40,667 




120 


53 


91.730 


11,174 


Finance 


5 


1 


6,735 


1,000 


Service 


132 


229 


66,713 


25.066 




41 


55 


21.696 


9.923 


Public Administration 


73 


20 


39.7S7 


5.732 












Custom and Repair 


8 


o 


2.785 


150 














10 


152 


2.445 


9.261 


Unspecified 


269 




31,249 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



167 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting 



Males 



Females 



Total Earnings 



Males I Females 



FORTUNE BAY - HERMITAGE 

All Industries 

Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing 

Vegetable Products 

Animal Products 

Textile Products 



Wood and Paper Products, Printing 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 

Iron and its Products 

Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscellaneous Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb-J 
ing, Painting, etc.) I 

I 
Transportation and Communication (not 

including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

Finance 

Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Business Service 

Personal Service 

Unspecified 



No. 
2,154 



9 
1,765 



36 
3 



26 

125 I 
52 I 
2 | 
79 | 
33 
42 



57 



No. 



175 



395,370 



43 



34 
9 



22 



110 

20 



82 



950 1 
256,281 



5,003 

3,043 
1,960 



6,489 

42,376 
39,560 
1,750 
38,273 
19,743 
16,810 

1,720 



4,688 



12,342 



1,776 

1,557 
219 



2,571 

7,995 

3,346 

993 



3,656 



168 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 

1 


EURGEO AND LA POILE 


No. 


No. 


? 


1 


All Industries 


2,692 


209 


510,596 


19,930 




15 




1,800 




Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 


1,928 




231,788 


i 
i 
| 


9 




1,400 


1 


Manufacturing 


9 


1 


2,420 




100 


Vegetable Products 










Animal Products 


6 


1 


2,150 


100 


Textile Products 


1 
•i 




20 

250 




Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 






Iron and its Products 










Chemical and Allied Products 




















Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


36 





9,470 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 


237 
107 




1 
35 


105,942 
57,284 


. 


Trade — Wholesale and Retail 




6,298 


Finance 


3 
125 




3,925 
64.S62 




Service 


172 


13,532 


Professional 


27 


20 


19,181 


3,581 


Public Administration 


69 


1 


35,696 


825 












Custom and Repair 


12 


1 


3,450 


150 















17 


147 


6,535 


8,976 


Unspecified 


230 




31,705 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



169 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 





Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


1 
1 


Males ! 

I 


Females 


Males | 


Females 


1 

ST. GEORGE - PORT AU PORT 

1 


t 
No. 


1 
No. 


1 

I 1 

i 


if 


1 
AH Industries i 


2,302 1 


224 | 


575,594 


22,969 


Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 1 

Vegetable Products 

1 


642 




131,506 




903 


1 


167,954 




S2 | 


! 


44,749 




50 


i 


17,595 












•> 




330 




1 




1 






1 
Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 










Publishing, Engraving, etc 


3S 




12,625 




10 




4,640 




Chemical and Allied Products 

Electric Light and Power 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 










2 




900 




61 




13,362 




114 




55,283 




69 


17 


54,537 


2,424 


Finance 


3 




2,995 




95 


206 


47,849 


20,545 


Professional 


30 


53 


16,720 


8,152 


Public Administration 


37 


12 


21,534 


2,120 


Recreational 

Custom and Repair 


1 




300 




4 


6 


2,155 


688 


Personal Service 










23 


135 


7,140 


9,585 


Unspecified 


281 




38,864 









170 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1985 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 



Total Reporting \ Total Earnings 



Males Females I Males I Females 



HUMBER 

I 
All Industries , 

Agriculture | 

1 
Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping I 

Mining, Quarrying ] 

I 
Manufacturing j 

Vegetable Products 

I 
Animal Products I 

Textile Products 

I 
Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 

Publishing, nEgraving, etc 

I 
Iron and its Products 

I 
Chemical and Allied Products ' 

I 
Miscellaneous I 

i 

Electric Light and Power 

i 
Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 

I 

Transportation and Communication (not| 

including Postal Service) 

I 
Trade — Wholesale and Retail 

I 
Finance : 

I 
Service i 

Professional ! 

I 
Public Administration ] 

Recreational J 

Custom and Repair I 

I 
Business Service | 

Personal Service J 

Unspecified I 



No. 



3,932 


682 


1 
2,437,861 


j 113,777 


96 




35,427 




1,183 




405,167 




26 
997 




12,520 

L 

954,930 




5 


3,080 


16 


1 


9,866 


140 


8 




4,730 






1 





40 


878 


3 


818,717 


2,900 


89 




114,967 








5,050 









1,600 




65 




86,173 





222 




118.251 

267,256 
204,990 




385 






252 


160 


4S.197 


16 




24,015 




257 


514 


237.0SS 


62,500 


104 


65 

I 


139,216 
1 


24,763 


56 


4 


44,157 


1,164 


S 




5.000 
24.177 




40 


1 
11 

I 


1.526 


49 




434 


24.53S 


35.047 


433 


3 


92,044 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



171 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts — (Cont'd) 



- 

DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


ST. BARBE 
All Industries 


No. 

1,822 


No. 
103 


% 
371,207 


% 
13,002 


Agriculture 

Forestry, Fisheries, Trapping 

Mining, Quarrying 

Manufacturing '. 

Vegetable Products 


13 




4,595 




1,526 




256,098 












51 




19,305 












6 




2,900 




• 










Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 


42 




15,775 




3 





630 




Chemical and Allied Products 

Miscelanelous Products 

Electric Light and Power _.... 

Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 





























15 




3,710 








Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 

Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


13 




4,250 




50 


16 


35,875 


.2,745 




9 




550 




67 


87 


34,423 


10,257 


Professional .... 


25 


14 


15,483 


2,688 


Public Administration 


29 


11 


14,010 


3,181 


Recreational 

Custom and Repair 

Personal Service 












2 




480 










11 




62 


4,450 


4,388 


Unspecified 


85 




12,401 









172 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Number Reporting Earnings by Sex and Industry Groups for 
Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland & Districts— (Cont'd) 



DISTRICT, INDUSTRY AND SERVICE 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


Males 


Females 
1 


Males 


Females 


LABRADOR 

All Industries 


No. 
1,284 


1 

No. 

83 


304,860 


8,894 




1 ' 




Forestry, Fisheries and Trapping 


1,195 




242,136 










Manufacturing 


12 


2 




8,195 


50 


Animal Products 


9 




1 




6,675 




Textile Products 


2 


50 


Wood and Paper Products, Printing, 
Publishing, Engraving, etc 


2 




1,070 




Iron and its Products 







Chemical and Allied Products 











Miscellaneous 


1 




450 




Electric Light and Power 






Construction (including Carpentry, Plumb- 
ing, Painting, etc.) 


3 




1,025 




Transportation and Communication (not 
including Postal Service) 






Trade — Wholesale and Retail 


24 
27 
10 
14 






25,664 

22,490 

8,230 

13,090 




Service 

Professional 

Public Administration 

Recreational 


SI 

17 

1 


8,844 

6,197 

80 






1 





60 










Personal Service 

Unspecified 


3 
23 


62 



1,170 
5,350 


2,507 









CENSUS OP" NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



173 



BUILDINGS 

The 1935 Census Schedules did not request information in relation to 
Churches, Schools or Charitable Institutions, as was furnished in returns 
of previous Censuses. Returns for Factory Buildings, Business Premises 
and Barns, etc., were recorded and are shown for Districts and Settlements. 
A Table showing the comparison with the figures of former Censuses is 
also given. 

Included in the number of Factory Buildings are Paper Making 
Plants, Lobster Canning Factories, Rabbit Canning Factories and Cod Oil 
Factories, values also being included in the total for Factories. 



Table 9. Number of Factory Buildings, Business Premises, Barns, etc., 

1891 - 1935 



BUILDINGS 




CENSUS YEARS 




1891 


1901 


1911 


1921 


1935 


Factory Buildings 


230 


262 


406 


337 


640 


Business Premises 


609 


976 


1,837 


1,737 


2,134 


Barns, Stables or other buildings 






58,621 


64,117 


56,439 



174 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 10. Buildings: Barns, Stables, Factory and Business Premises, 
Newfoundland and Districts, 1935. 





ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 










! 


DISTRICTS 


ii 3 t3 

. B« 
a <wa a 

55,840 


> 

3,944,475 


Factory 
Buildings 
S i Number 


3 

a 
> 

24,679,424 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


6Q- 
<& 

s 
13 
> 


Newfoundland 


2,123 


7,602,158 


Labrador 


599 


127,605 


1 


1,000 


11 


48,000 


Total 


56,439 


3,072,0.80 


640 


24,680,424 


2,134 


7,650,158 


White Bay 


1,287 


142,398 


11 


10,650 


51 


70,330 


Green Bay 


2,369 


91,773 


20 


3,710 


71 


42,890 


Grand Falls 


2,019 


213,986 


2 

I 


9,538.000 


109 


367,320 


Twillingate 


2,311 


1 
92,598 


7 


5,095 


94 


69,050 


Fogo 


2,854 


109,026 


32! 

I 


6.175 


45 


47,385 


Bonavista North 


2,118 


78,891 

1 


15i 

I 


25,905 


71 


80,420 


Bonavista South 


4,455 


194,992 

| 


1 

10! 

1 


8,730 


101 


S0.380 


Trinity North 


3,185 


146,936 

| 


2;;' ; 


31.165 


72 


233,585 


Trinity South 


2,979 


122,005! 


50 

i 


18.610 

1 


87 


52,870 


Carbonear-Bay de Verde 


3,466 


279,145| 
1 


35 1 

1 


28.59s' 


105 


129,643 


Harbour Grace 


1,761 


102,094| 

| 


s! 


31,200 

1 


67 


128,210 


Port de Grave 


3,201 


153,553| 


n 


1 
6,725 


106 


110,606 


Harbour Main - Bell Island 


4,196 


418,3721 


4 


3.370 


102 


135,790 


St, John's West 


944 


335,382] 

i 


47 


1.264.830: 


222 


1,722,655 


St, John's East 


1.651 


1 
410,622| 

1 


26 


297.040 


165 


2,874,630 


Ferryland 


2,018 


114.3501 

| 




1.320 


29 


18,100 


Placentia and St. Mary's 


2,580 


115,546' 


28 


8.700' 


54 


57.435 


■ 
Placentia West 


1,189 


24,722' 

1 


11 


2.410 


59 


64.250 


Burin 


1,698 


1 
101.655 

| 


20 


12.205 


hi 


195.460 


Fortune Bay and Hermitage 


2,095 


59,681 


Hi 


21,620 


59 


100,915 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


1,391 


65,514 

| 


34 


5,633 


82 


104,300 


St. George - Port au Port 


3,072 


231,057' 


60 


46.067 


76 


124,414 


Humber 

1 


1 ,673 


285. 7S1 


20 


13,297.647 


159 


754,215 


1 
St. Barbe 


1.328 


54.396' 


116 


4,022 


40 


37,305 


Labrador 


599 


127,6051 


11 
i 


1,000! 


U 


4S,000 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



175 



SETTLEMENTS 



Table 11. 




■r~ . ■a 




o to a> 








ables 
ildin 
Unu 




£ s-a 




M pq a 


s- 


« ^ <« 


a 


a ana 


e 


fci ,0 0) 




u 


WOpSS 



Buildings 



District of White Bay 

1. La Scie 

i 

2. Brent's Cove 

1 

3. Harbour Round 

I 

4. St. Barbe Island i 

I 

5. Ming's Bight 

I 

6. Bare Verte 

I 

7. Coachman's Cove j 

i 

8. Fleur-de-Lys [ 

I 

9. Woodstock | 

I 

10. Pacquet | 

11. Wild Cove [ 

12. Lobster Harbour 

13. Big Cove j 

14. Seal Cove 

I 

15. Middle Arm _. j 

16. Stuckless Cove | 

I 

17. Back Cove I 

| 

IS. Western Arm I 

I 

19. Bear Cove | 

20. Granby Island | 

I 

21. Pumbley Cove | 

22. Purbeck's Cove 

I 

23. Westport I 

24. Pound Cove 

i 

25. Hampden 

26. George's Cove I 

27. Beaches 



1,287 






<" ^ U 

o tn o 

a S H 
S S, S 

Kfc2 



142.39S 



59 


3,955 


16 


535 


11 


114 


13 


396 


6 


90 


2 


400 


27 


1,510 


29 


780 


21 


317 


21 


374 


25 


1,850 


4 


60 


1 


20 


50 


1,455 


2 


90 


1 


10 


10 


375 


11 


265 


11 


222 


8 


107 


6 


45 


10 


133 


20 


1.295 


15 


165 


17 


322 


4 


75 


3 


45 



I 

11 i 10,650 



1 



600 
2,200 



400 



500 
400 



51 



> 



70,330 



6,700 
1,400 



300 



3,000 



3,500 

500 



850 



2,000 
600 



176 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 








SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


Value, $ 


Factory- 
Buildings 

Number 

1 


se- 
"3 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


28. 


Burton's Cove 


1 

■■! 












29. 


Hannah's Cove 


i 

| 3 


25 






i 




30. 


Brown's Cove 


"1 * 


245 






1 


300 


31. 


Sop's Arm 


13 

[ 


542 











32. 


Sop's Island 


1 
..[ 17 
1 


120 










33. 


Jackson's Arm 


71 


2,120 






3 


3,020 


34. 


Coney Arm .... ' 


..1 21 
1 


306 










35. 


Little Hr. Deep 


„ 


107 










36. 


Big Hr. Deep 


1 
,.j 30 
1 


331 






5 


2,200 


37. 


Williamsport 


| 27 


660 










38. 


Hooping Harbour 


1 

.1 24 


797 










39. 


Canada Harbour 


,.| 31 

1 


1,222 










40. 


Wild Cove, Canada Bay .. 


1 

■1 5 

1 


65 










41. 


Canada Bay 


8 


90 










42. 


Englee 


108 

I 


3,241 






5 


20,000 


. 43. 


Groais Islands 


! 

1 'l 


300 
1 


• 





1 


50 


44. 


Conche 


1 

,| 50 
1 


2,235 







1 


2,500 


45. 




1 6 

1 


110 





1 


100 


46. 


St. Julien's 


1 








1 


1,500 


47. 




5 

| 1 


80 










48. 


Fishot Islands 


■1 

] 













49. 




! | 


35 










50. 


Main Brook 


I 
,| 11 
1 | 


244 










51. 




1 1 
" 1 


570 

| 


1 








52. 




1 

U 1 


1,290 

| 


1 









53. 


St. Anthony Bight 


| 33 


1.015 

| 










54. 


Goose Cove 


1 I 
35 

1 


1.393 


1 


750 


1 


5.000 


55. 




1 io 


207 


1 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



177 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 





SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


> 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


3 
> 


56. 


Great Braha 


17 


310 


1 


50 


1 


900 


57. 




12 


302 










58. 


St. Anthony 


131 


105,541 


2 


5,700 


6 


8,200 


59. 


Back Goose Cove 


3 


15 







1 


2,260 


60. 


St. Lunaire 


22 


432 







1 


1,000 


61. 


Griquet 


43 


980 






3 


1,550 


62. 


Quirpon 


12 


199 


1 


50 


1 


200 


63. 


L'anse au Meadow 


1 4 


63 










64. 


Hay Cove 


I 2 


15 










65. 


Spillar's Cove 


I . 


95 










66. 


Noddy Bay 


5 


57 










67. 


Cape Oniou 


1 19 


467 










68. 


Raleigh 


| 22 


799 






1 


200 


69. 


Cook's Harbour 


20 


348 










70. 


Boat Harbour 


3 


130 










71. 


Cape Norman. 


1 


10 










72. 


Wild Bight 


5 


210 










73. 


L'anse au Pigeon 


3 


70 











178 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 

Number 




1 
Factory 
Buildings 

Number 


~3 
> 


Business 
Premises 
Number i 


1 
Value. $ 


District of Green Bay 


2,369 


91,773 


20 


3,710 


71 


42,890 


1. Point of Bay 


27 


750 






1 


500 


2. Charles Brook 


20 


675 










3. Waldron's Cove 


13 


350 











4. Fortune Harbour 


131 


9,415 






5 


6,500 


5. Fleurrie's Bight 


4 


100 










6. Spencer's Cove 


4 


150 











7. Rowsell's Cove 


9 


250 










8. Moore's Cove 


28 


2,195 










9. Cottrell's Cove 


45 


1,170 


2 


600 


4 


2,125 


10. South East Arm. 


29 


975 


3 


70 






11. Point Leamington 


81 


4,515 






3 


1,000 


12. Paradise 


24 


1,640 










13. Leading Tickles East 


17 


782 











14. Leading Tickles West 


81 


2,468 












15. Glover's Harbour 


13 


420 











16. Lock's Harbour 


13 


133 










17. Winterhouse Cove 


14 


692 










18. Jim's Cove 


14 


255 










19. Card's Harbour 


24 


1,240 












20. Triton East 


28 


1,030 







4 


2,500 


21. Triton West 


48 


130 











22. Brighton Island 


33 


1,302 










23. Head's Harbour 


24 


S01 










24. Pilley's Island 


123 


2,745 






11 


5.700 


25. Roberts Arm 


26 


700 






1 


SOO 


26. Port Anson 


90 


2,745 






1 


S00 


27. Miles Cove 


24 


620 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



179 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 





1 

SETTLEMENTS 

l 
I 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


Value, % 


i 
Factory 
Buildings 
Number 


> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


> 


28. 


Paddock's Cove 


16 


320 










29. 


Wellman's Cove 


32 


1,420 











30. 


Lush's Bight 


8S 


2,085 










31. 


Beaumont South 


96 


2,555 










32. 


Beaumont North 


46 


800 










33. 


Little Bay Islands 


111 


345 


1 


200 






34. 


South Brook 


7 


' 420 


2 


700 


2 


250 


35. 


Beachy Cove 


6- 


160 










36. 


Springdale 


253 


13,930 


S 


1,600 


14 


5,700 


37. 


Dock Cove 


5 


100 










38. 


St. Patrick's 


40 


2,400 







1 


50 


39. 


Noiile's Cove 


1 


50 











40. 


Shoal Arm 


14 


640 







1 


500 


41. 


Ward's Harbour 


11 


1,200 










42. 


Woodford's Cove 


15 


670 










43. 


Little Bay 


17 


1,475 






1 


100 


44. 


Wild Bight 


16 


1,080 


1 


40 


1 


75 


45. 


Southern Arm 


13 


640 


1 


100 


1 


140 


46. 


Three Arms 


29 


1,320 






1 


150 


47. 


King's Cove 


6 


145 











48. 


Harry's Harbour 


61 


3,050 






2 


450 


49. 


Nickey's Nose Cove 


6 


120 










50. 


Langdon's Cove 


6 


145 











51. 


Jackson's Cove 


40 


1,195 






4 


650 


52. 


Silverdale 


16 


405 










53. 


Birchy Cove 


3 


200 










54. 


Mansfield Point 


7 


260 










55. 


King's Point 


76 


2,370 






1 


700 



180 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


oft- 

of 

s 

> 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, % 

i 


56. Bulley's Cove 


28 


1,095 


1 


2 


200 


57. Rattling Brook 


40 


1,630 


1 

j 


! 2 


1,550 


58. Middle Arm 


19 


1,080 


1 1 300 

( 


2 


2,800 


59. Burlington 


71 


3,535 




1 


200 


60. Smith's Harbour 


17 


315 ! | 







61. Stocking Harbour .... 


7 


1 1 
140 ! | 







62. Rogue Harbour 


1 


1 1 

400 ! j 






63. Nipper's Harbour 


11 


1 1 
4,330 i 1 I 100 


5 


10,000 


64. Bobby's Cove 


8 


162 


] 








65. Indian Burying Place 


10 


305 










66. Snooks Arm 


8 


125 










67. Round Harbour 


24 


1,060 










68. Tilt Cove 


6 


160 










69. Caplin Cove 












70. Shoe Cove Brook 


14 


765 


I 







71. Shoe Cove Bight 


15 


225 








72. Cape St. John, Gull Isld 






1 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



181 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 




District 


SETTLEMENTS 

of Grand Palls 

Gaff Topsail 

Quarry 

Millertown 

Millertown Junction 

Buchan's 

Buchan's Junction 

Rushy Pond 

Grand Palls 

Grand Palls Station 

Parmdale 

Bishop's Falls 

Peter's Arm 

Botwood 

Northern Arm 

Phillip's Head 

Sandy Point 

Glenwood 

Badger 

Notre Dame Junction 

Norris Arm 

Little Rattling Brook 

Indian Point 

Burnt Arm 

Laurenceton 

Porterville .... 

Brown's Arm 

Lard's Arm 


o w 33 
Mm 

SS 2 

a «« a 
ai 5 to 3 

cqO££ 
2,019 


CD 
3 

> 

213,986 


03 

u o 3 
oS fl 
■^ 22 a 
o E< C 

(483 

2 


CD 

3 
"3 
> 

9,538,000 


02 ® 5h 

q CO CD 

JSSa 

CO 3 « 

3 £, 3 

109 


s 
> 

367,320 


1. 


4 

3 

27 

16 












2. 


7 
775 
497 










3. 










4. 










5. 










6. 


3 


105 










7. 










8. 
9, 


178 
49 


113,022 
4,316 


1 


8,801,000 


10 
21 


232,050 
50,950 


10. 






11. 
12. 


358 

179 

225 

36 

5 

11 

24 

24 

12 

215 


18,007 

8,417 

15,227 

1,300 

115 

650 

2,330 

1,845 

90 

10,728 


1 


737,000 


26 

4 

16 

2 


28,250 
2,000 


13. 






21,700 


14. 






1,300 


15. 








16. 










17 










18 






6 


8,500 


19 








20. 






7 


8,000 


21 








22. 


4 

49 

13S 

20 


100 

2,260 

5,703 

110 

220 










23. 










24 






4 


1,670 


25 









26 











27 



















1 



182 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 





SETTLEMENTS 

28. Stanhope 

29. Little Burnt Bay 

30. Mason's Cove 

31. Salt Pond 

32. Lewisporte 


O W J 

— a a 
P p 

2* ■*> 

d Qltlfi 
to 53 to 3 

PQOt3£ 

44 
30 
27 
51 
280 


3 

ca 
k- 

2,630 

2,3fi0 

395 

1,997 

20,780 


Factory 
Buildings 
Number 1 


3 
> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 

i 


! Value, $ 






































13 


12,900 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



183 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






- 

SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


Value, $ 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


•V 

3 

> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


District of Twillingate 


2,311 


92,598 


7 


5,095 


94 


69,050 


1. Exploits 


123 


3,351 










2. Black Island 


59 


2,110 










3. Samson's Island 


42 


1,535 










4. Michael's Harbour 


12 


870 






1 


100 


5. Campbellton 


136 


6,328 






6 


8,050 


6. Comfort Cove 


42 


870 


1 


50 






7. Newstead 


60 


950 


1 


25 


9 


1,500 


8. Turtle Creek 


4 


1,500 










9. Loon Bay 


71 


2,231 


1 


20 


7 


1,600 


10. Birchy Bay 


104 


2,887 






2 


500 


11. Emberley's Pond 


13 


200 










12. Beaverton 


i 


400 










13. Boyd's Cove 


104 


3,378 






6 


1,150 


14. Port Albert 


32 


1,140 






2 


150 


15. Dog Bay West 


51 


1,117 






1 


200 


16. Summerford 


49 


1,577 






7 


6,200 


17. Cottle's Island 


19 


640 










18. Luke's Arm 


14 


250 










19. Bridgeport 


35 


1,095 










20. Hayward's Cove 


2 


70 










21. Whale's Gulch 


22 


505 










22. Western Head 


10 


245 










23. Moreton's Harbour 


57 


2,815 






13 


8,700 


24. Wild Cove, Little Hr 














25. Tizzard's Harbour 


34 


1,030 






5 


1,000 


26. Crow Head 


67 


3,850 










27. Wild Cove 


58 


3,205 1 
1 









184 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — ( Continued) 








SfiJTTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


Value, $ 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


! 

Value. $ 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


« 
3 

> 


28. 


Paradise 


1 


100 










29. 




86 


2,629 










30. 


North Side 


101 


7,710 






7 


17,950 


31. 


South Side 


138 


10,102 






6 


9,650 


32. 


Hart's Cove 


33 


1,477 










33. 




40 


2,310 










34. 


Sandy Cove 


11 


408 










35. 


Burnt Island Tickle 


7 


280 










36. 


Durrell 


136 


4,771 










37. 


Gillesporte 


88 


4,303 






1 


1,500 


38. 


Little Harbour 


30 


1,915 











39. 


Purcell's Harbour 


26 


- 1,465 










40. 


Smooth Cove 


3 


100 










41. 


Black Duck Cove 


11 


4S5 










42. 


Kettle Cove 


14 


352 












43. 


Manuel's Cove 


26 


595 




. 






44. 


Gillard's Cove 


18 


545 










45. 


Bluff Head Cove 


36 


1,670 










46. 


Long Point 


4 


120 










47. 


Hillier's Cove 


5 


200 











48. 


"Wild Cove Road 














49. 


Ragged Point 


5 


305 











50. 


Robbin's Cove 


11 


330 










51. 


Chanceport 


7 


110 










52. 


Bridger's Cove 




i 
45 ; 








53. 


Carter's Cove 


20 


404 










54. 


Virgin's Arm 


IS 


250 











55. 


Pairbank 


S 


425 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



186 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



56. Tilt Cove 

57. Salt Pans 

58. Seal Cove 

59. Burnt Cove 

60. Trump Island .... 

61. Indian Cove 

62. Lobster Harbour 

63. Merritt's Harbour 

64. Salt Hr. Island .... 

65. Bacalhao 

66. Sunnyside 

67. Ship Island 

68. Too Good Arm .... 

69. Green's Cove 

70. Pike's Arm 

71. Cobb's Arm 

72. Hatchet Harbour 



o (e a; 

_ til) m 

S 

PJ 

CO m a (- 

a it, * Z\ 

H si » SI 



11 



9 

2 

10 



14 



14 
14 
21 

6 
25 
22 

3 



196 
405 
200 
242 
25 
305 
170 
255 
555 



w 




Z .9 * 


ae- 


O T3 -9 


Oj 


t^S 


_— j 


OS 3 3 




fcCQ£ 


K* 







430 





340 


......... 


470 




170 




595 




575 


4 


80 





5,000 



3) W 0> 

fflMz; 



3 
o 
> 



800 



3,000 



7,000 



186 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1986 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (( 


}ontinu< 

-gS a 

fcpqZ 
32 


3d) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


> 

109,026 


so- 

"3 

> 

6,175 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, if 


District of Fogo 


2,854 


45 


47,385 


1. Lumsden South 


55 


2,200 










2. Lumsden North 


78 


3,414 










3. Deadman's Cove 


15 


177 










4. Anchor Brook 


1 


50 










5. Penguin Island 














6. Peckford's Island 


3 


550 











7. Offer Wadham's 


1 


50 










8. Doting Cove 


205 


5,314 











9. Musgrave Hr 


178 


4,340 


2 


250 


5 


4,900 


10. Ragged Harbour 


25 


605 


1 


40 






11. Ragged Hr. North 


3 


550 










12. Ladle Cove 


83 


4,602 


9 


20 


1 


2,000 


13. Aspen Cove 


32 


1,595 











14. Alder Harbour 















15. Carmanville 


238 


9,500 


5 


320 


9 


2,345 


16. Noggin Cove 


53 


1,896 











17. Fredericton 


62 


1.423 


3 


100 


1 


2S0 


18. Beaver Cove 


9 


92 


2 


35 






19. Mann Point 


52 


853 


12 


50 






20. Main Point 


31 


1,970 


1 


4,500 


1 


1,200 


21. South Side Gander Bay .... 


44 


1,490 










22. Clark's Head 


113 


2,369 


1 


20 


2 


2,100 


23. Wing's Point 


19 


432 










24. Victoria Cove 


17 


4,967 










25. Rodger's Cove 


16 


343 


1 








26. Timm's Hr 


7 


335 











27. Two Mile Pt. Horwood .... 


') 


.",() 




1 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



18Y 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. Island Cove, Horwood .... 

29. Horwood 

30. Island Harbour 

31. Hare Bay 

32. Fogo 

33. Lock's Cove 

34. Eastern Tickle 

35. Lion's Den 

36. Little Fogo Island 

37. Joe Batt's Arm 

38. Barr'd Island 

39. Shoal Bay 

40. Cape Cove 

41. Oliver's Cove 

42. Tilting 

43. Sandy Cove 

44. Eastern Cove 

45. South Side, Indian Bay 

46. Perry's Island 

47. Stag Harbour 

48. Little Seldom 

49. Seldom Come By 

50. Wild Cove 

51. Change Islands 



CO 0) 

OJD GO 

a 3 

M a 
ojtJ p 

-W CO P 



a> 



I 



56 
65 



> 

2.463 
,239 



w 

!>. M i. 

£ a S 

ai 3 3 
fcCQ£ 



411 


1,723 


12 


280 


314 


14,129 


4 


130 


6 


130 


11 


285 


4 


260 


235 


11,605 


149 


5,056 


23 


910 | 


7 


395 


i 


60 


82 


3,580 


9 


360 


8 


190 


25 


610 


20 


530 


24 


406 


14 


425 


63 


1,590 


14 


210 


326 


12,313 






700 



140 



ojfc 

O) (n a) 

•S'S'g 



as 

> 



11,150 



1,100 
5,000 



1,000 



400 
500 



1,700 



6,410 



188 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1985 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — ( Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


j Barns, Stables or 
w Other Buildings. 
P i Used and Unused 
M | Number 


3 
> 

78,891 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


©9- 

Is 

> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


0) 

3 

> 


District of Bonavista North 


15 


25,905 


71 


80,420 


1. Cape Freels 


51 


1,538 






1 


100 


2. Cape Island 


31 


1,115 






1 


30 


3. Pinchard's Island 


75 


2,075 






3 


990 


4. Newtown 


123 


3,793 


o 


130 


5 


1,350 


5. Templeman 


47 


839 







2 


80 


6. Pound Cove 


54 


1,905 






1 


260 


7. Wesleyville 


168 


10,715 


1 


500 


6 


11,500 


8. Brookfleld 


54 


2,130 










9. Cross Cove 


4 


100 










10. Badger's Quay 


89 


3,457 






4 


2,800 


11. South West Islands 


10 


870 










12. Tinker's Island 


20 


325 






1 


1.000 


13. Poole's Island 


60 


1,413 






1 


150 


14. Valleyfleld 


89 


5,100 






10 


4,740 


15. North. West Arm (Valley- 














field) 


29 


625 












16. South West Arm 


11 


730 


1 


450 


1 


200 


17. Safe Harbour 


67 


1,377 


1 


500 


1 


200 


18. Port Nelson 


26 


371 






1 


60 


19. Shambler's Cove 


13 


158 










20. Newport (New Harbour).... 
















21. Sydney Cove 















22. North West Arm 






1 


1.000 






23. Round Harbour 














24. Trinity 


4 


600 


t 


11,000 


- 


7,000 


25. Wellington (Shoal Bay) .... 


41 


923 






9 


160 


26. Hare Bay 


61 


2,238 






•J 


1,400 


27. Greenspond 


162 


3,735 






11 


8,100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



189 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



C :f. 0) 

=0 5?g 

m Q J3 

■» t, =*,£ 






at 



28. Ships Island | 

29. Silver Fox Island I 

30. Fair Island | 

31. Wareham 

32. Paul's Island | 

33. Middle Brook ; 

34. Dark Cove I 

35. Gambo ] 

36. Alexander Bay Station | 

37. Saunder's Cove | 

38. Glovertown North J 

39. Glovertown Centre j 

l 

40. Angle Brook j 

! 

41. Glovertown South ] 

42. Troytown 

43. Cull's Harbour [ 

44. Rosedale ! 

45. Burnt Island ! 

46. Bragg's Island J 

47. Deer Island 

48. Green's Island 

49. Gooseberry Island I 

I 

50. St. Brendan's | 

I 

51. Hayward's Cove | 

I 

52. Dock Cove j 

53. Shalloway Cove | 

I 

54. Penney's Cove [ 

55. Coward's Island | 

i I 



13 



e^ 



> 



203 



79 


1 4,041 


66 


2,119 


67 


3,387 

1 


1 


I 

5 


27 


I 590 

1 


40 


I 1,060 


88 


I 3,930 

1 


6 


185 


31 


1,448 


52 


4,770 


9 


105 


16 


1,400 


6 


200 


31 


335 


6 


60 


14 


146 


29 


166 


44 


1,524 


5 

1 


140 


1 
17 I 


485 


17 


445 


2 


40 


6 1 


60 



X 

A 3 S3 



125 



10,000 



200 



2,000 



to a> s- 

qj ffi a 

c'3 J3 
"S g S 



10,800 
9,200 
2,600 



9,000 
8,000 



700 



190 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



O 03 O 

"•3 3 
If* 

. £ C3 

a « us s 
t. ,d a> ~ 



56. North Island | 

57. Flat Island j 

I 

58. Burnside j 

I 

59. St. Chad's | 

[ 

60. Hermit Cove | 

61. Clay Cove j 

62. Benton I 



> 



sa a 

aj 3 3 



4 | 20 I 

I I 

10 140 I 

73 | 3,285 | 

I I 

60 | 2.360 

! I 

2 | 50 | 

! I 

8 I 60 



CO 

> 



CO 13 U 
CD CO 03 

.3 a -0 

3 £ 3 



IS 

> 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



191 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 







ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 














SETTLEMENTS 


a va a 

ctf *j m a 
MOp£ 


> 


■> bt u 

o" a 
ri a a 


> 
8,730 


CO v> u 
(v> V> O) 

.SB'S 
m 3 a 


QJ 

s 

> 


Distric 


of Bonavista South 

Bonavista 


4,455 


194,992 


10 


101 


S0.380 


1. 


1,064 


45,900 







39 


54,620 


2. 


Birchy Cove 


16 


565 










3. 


Newman's Cove .... 


66 


7,400 







1 


500 


4. 


Lower Amherst Cove 


11 


750 










5. 


Middle Amherst Cove 


7 


210 










6. 


Upper Amherst Cove 


32 


1,090 











7. 


Hoddervllle 


9 


450 










S. 


Knight's Cove 


115 


8,205 










9. 


Stock Cove 


58 


2,312 










10. 


King's Cove 


230 


9,050 






3 


1,560 


11. 


Broad Cove 


117 


3,143 










12. 


Keels 


225 


3,733 






3 


420 


13. 


Tickle Cove 


92 


2,265 










14. 


Red Cliff 


62 


1,850 










15. 


Open Hall 


108 


3.35S 










16. 


Plate Cove East 


146 


3,762 











17. 


Plate Cove West 


S6 


3,290 










18. 


Summerville 


166 


8,197 






o 


4,500 


19. 


Long Beach 


19 


1.200 










20. 


Princeton 


45 


6,815 


1 


500 


2 


900 


21. 


Southern Bay 


67 


4,180 


1 


SO 






22. 


Charleston 


38 


3,830 










23. 


Sweet Bay 


4S 


2,875 


1 


30 


3 


5,500 


24. 


Winter Brook 


37 


2,400 


1 


20 


1 


200 


25. 


Jamestown 


100 


4,205 


5 


1,950 


9 


1,000 


26. 


Portland 


ss 


4,105 


4 


2,120 


6 


1,000 


27. 


Brooklyn 


117 


4,980 


1 


400 


1 


100 



192 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



i ^ . >o " I 
O >& <v 

S.S2 
S'Sg 

1 i w 3 



cd '.-> m » , 



m 



« 



Iff 






2i ff> a> 

2 S E 



28. Lethbridge 

29. Bloomfield 

30. Musgravetown 

31. Canning's Cove 

32. Banyan's Cove 

33. Port Blandford 

34. Terra Nova 

35. Coarlottetown 

36. Happy Adventure .... 

37. Sandy Cove 

38. Barrow Harbour .... 

39. Salvage 

40. Bishop's Harbour .... 

41. Dark Cove 

42. Wild Cove 

43. Eastport 



203 


. 1 
9,700 

1 


178 


4,785 


183 


8,635 | 

j 


86 


2,040 


101 


3,065 


95 


3,692 


56 


2,710 | 

i 


72 


3,990 


64 


5,450 


1 


10 


32 


470 


45 


945 


19 


380 


2 


20 

| 


149 


8,980 1 

1 



5 I 1,775 

5 I 3,700 

14 j 6,280 

1 1 300 



1,900 
4,000 



1,000 



12 



4 
10 



200 

: J ,00 

3,450 

1,100 

2,810 

200 

200 



100 
1,100 



2 i 620 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



193 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 

"I 
District of Trinity North 

1. St. Jones Without 

2. Butter Cove i 

3. Gooseberry Cove 

] 

4. Southport 

5. Little Harbour 

6. Little Heart's Ease 

7. House Cove 

8. Caplin Cove 

9. Hodge's Cove 

10. Island Cove 

11. Long Beach 

12. Queens Cove 

13. Black Brook 

14. North West Brook .... 

15. Ivany's Cove 

16. Dark Hole 

17. Hillview 

18. Hatchet Cove 

19. St. Jones Within .... 

20. Loreburn 

21. Hickman's Harbour .. 

22. Inglewood 

23. Adeyton .... .... 

24. Deep Bight 

25. Lady Cove 

26. Foster's Point 

27. Elliott's Cove 



O co <p 



a » ■o a i 
oj S3 to a 



a 
> 



I 



as a a 
fefQZ 



,185 ! 146,936 



19 

12 

11 

21 

4 

27 

2 

11 

37 

15 

6 

13 

8 

5 

3 

5 

31 

12 

20 

8 

125 

4 

23 

28 

28 

36 

18 



I 



490 

I 
195 

I 
425 

I 
615 

I 
70 

838 

70 

415 

1,985 
710 
326 
540 
365 
290 
160 
215 

1,535 
270 

1,105 
420 I 

7,420 I 

300 I 

I 
2,400 I 

| 2,365 | 

I I 

I 1,720 

I 

I 2,140 

I 

I 950 



23 



> 
31,165 



35 2 t- 

<Q W 0> 

ai S P 

a h a 

tqnz 



40 



800 
200 



20 
200 

400 

55 



100 



2,350 



2,000 



72 



233,585 



50 

200 
100 

400 

100 
100 

25 



100 



16,100 



200 



200 



200 



194 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



.2 a 5 

X> , 

a ■ 



S2p 



SETTLEMENTS 



■ m - ™.Q 

H .=1 <B S 

03 4J W rJ 

mops: 



felflZ 



CD w <D 

•S a- 

M QJ S 

raSz 



28. Goobie's Siding | 

29. Northern Bight | 

v I 

30. Shoal Harbour I 

I 

31. Clarenville 

I 

32. Random Head Harbour [ 

I 

33. Deer Harbour I 

I 

34. Thoroughfare | 

35. Lower Lance Cove 

I 

36. Britannia j 

I 

37. Petley [ 

I 

38. Aspen Cove 

I 

39. Aspey Brook | 

I 

40. Snooks Harbour ! 

41. Milton | 

I 

42. George's Brook | 

I 

43. Barton | 

I 

44. Brickyard J 

45. Harcourt [ 

I 

46. Somerset 

47. White Rock | 

I 

48. Gin Cove | 

I 

49. Monroe J 

50. Waterville | 

I 

51. Tythes Cove | 

I 

52. Otter's Cove j 

I 

53. Clifton j 

54. New Burn Cove | 

I 

55. Burgoyne's Cove 

i 



5 

2 

91 

105 

1 
63 
26 
52 
27 
41 

6 
14 
23 
24 
30 
12 

5 

42 

1 
21 | 

! 

29 | 

I 

18 ! 

20 I 

7 I 

I 

2 I 



16 



If. 



I 



34 

40 

6.025 

9,515 

20 

1,775 

740 

565 

925 

1,020 

4H 

325 

7S5 

705 

1,505 

280 

400 

2,995 

350 

1,170 

1,370 

1,305 

245 

30 

55 

310 

325 

440 



1 I 19,000 



2,870 



200 
1,500 



1,000 



200 

100 

200 

1,500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



195 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 










ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 












SETTLEMENTS 

1 


Barns, St 
Other Bu 
Used and 
Number 

Value. $ 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


<3^- 

QJ 
> 


Business 
Premises 

Number 


s 
> 


50. 


1 
Little Harbour 


1 
15 | 195 










57. 


1 
Pope's Harbour 


2 


20 










58. 


Delby's Cove 


5 


95 










59. 


Ivanhoe 


8 


300 






1 


400 


60. 


Troytown 


1 


20 










61. 


Ireland's Eye 


22 


575 










62. 


Black Duck Cove 


5 


70 










63. 


British Harbour 


28 


710 










64. 


Kerley's Harbour 


15 


330 










65. 


White Point 


1 


20 










66. 


George's Cove 


5 


S7 










67. 


New Bonaventure 


18 


375 










68. 


Cat Cove 


2 


80 










69. 


Old Bonaventure 


24 


430 










70. 


Spaniard's Cove 


2 


40 










71. 


Trouty 


28 


495 










72. 


Dunfleld 


27 


520 










73. 


Goose Cove 


12 


245 




— .... 






74. 


Fort Point, Trinity 














75. 


Trinity 


50 


1,826 






6 


10,150 


76. 


Lockston 


15 


190 










77. 


Trinity East 


179 


9,121 






3 


1,050 


78. 


Port Rexton 


227 


3,412 










79. 


Champney's West 


66 


1,002 










80. 


Champney's Arm 


32 


470 








I 


81. 


Champney's East 


83 


1.967 






o 


330 


82. 


English Harbour 


137 


4,401 


1 


200 


n 


1,660 


83. 


Horse Chops 












1 



196 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



84. Melrose 

85. Port Union 

86. Catalina 

87. East Point 

88. Little Catalina .... 

89. Maberly 

90. Neck 

91. Sandy Cove 

92. Elliston 

93. Spillar's Cove .... 

94. Lancaster 

95. Villa Verte 



u . T3 
O to Q) 

,r. M <n 



1 - S 



a a> "O a 



99 
137 
240 

102 

111 

14 

20 

11 

162 

13 

4 



> 



5,592 

6,719 

15,896 

4,920 

8,655 

1,070 

1,045 

695 

10,155 

365 

1D5 





r/> 






nf 




£• 


a 


Cy 


c 


■a 


— 








CO 


a 


zz 


kmz 


1 




1 
















1 



6 | 3,095 

I 



cs 
> 



5,000 



■SOU 



jo as 

O (O o 

■2gf 

K S c 

3 " 3 

sa,s; 



3 
14 



03 



175,200 
11,750 



600 



7,100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



197 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 








SETTLEMENTS 

1 


o n id 
,„ bo m 

a » "d a 

IS 53 to j=J 

pqot=£ 


"3 

> 


w 

aiSS 
fefflZ 


> 


°° S3 

CO & '~ 
CO CO CO 

-Hi 
co S n 

3 g SS 


"3 

> 


Distrie 


. of Trinity South 

Lead Cove 


2,979 


122,005 


50 


18,610 


87 


52,870 


1. 


28 


1,720 


' 1 


300 


2 


2,000 


2 


Sibley's Cove 


16 


795 











3. 


Torquay 


5 


230 











4. 


Brownsdale 


43 


2,930 


2 


300 






5. 


Whales Brook 


13 


405 










G. 


New Melbourne 


55 


2,293 


2 


200 


1 


1,000 


7. 


Hant's Hr 


206 


5,296 






6 


4,490 ' 


8. 


New Chelsea 


46 


1,360 






1 


130 


9. 


Winterton 


194 


4,859 


2 


100 


5 


1,950 


10. 


Turk's Cove 


37 


742 










11. 


New Perlican 


345 


8,465 


2 


1,300 


5 


10,100 


12. 


Heart's Content 


273 


14.591 






11 


9,400 


13. 


Heart's Desire 


31 


1,462 






1 


200 


14. 


Heart's Delight 


90 


3,200 


4 


2,000 


4 


2,900 


15. 


Islington 


40 


1,215 


1 


300 


1 


500 


IK. 


Cavendish 


46 


2,470 


1 


500 


2 


1,000 


17. 


Whiteway 


31 


1,480 


o 


1,935 






18. 


Green's Harbour 


158 


7,130 


11 


7,000 


7 


3,750 


19. 


Hopeall 


27 


1,650 


2 


1,300 


5 


1,150 


20. 


New Harbour 


217 


8,980 


■i 


1,150 


7 


5,400 


21. 


South Dildo 


27 


830 


2 


300 






22. 


Broad Cove 


16 


210 











23. 


Dildo 


177 


4,210 






6 


1,800 


24. 


Blaketown 


66 


4,525 


7 


300 


1 


200 


25. 


Markland 


26 


3,387 











26. 


Whitbourne 


115 


20,798 






7 


1,150 


27. 


Old Shop 


49 


3,550 


! 









198 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. Spread Eagle 

29. Little Ridge 

30. Chapel Arm 

31. Norman's Cove 

32. Long Cove 

33. Thomlea 

34. Bellevue 

35. Chance Cove 

36. Rantem 

37. Rantem Station 

38. Arnold's Cove Station 

39. Sunnyside 



o m a, 
, „ tdj to 

& 

03 CQ a u 
- m © 

<» u*& 

a no a 

c«S3 co 3 
fflO££ 



11 

17 

90 

94 

37 

33 

SI 

S4 

3 

1 

1 



150 | 5,365 
I 



w 




u c 3 

o '-3 -° 


6^ 

a) 


tJsg 


3 


cb 3 3 


co 


feCQZ 


'j 



280 




310 




1,772 




1,800 





534 





820 




760 


3 


1,501 


1 


30 





20 





30 





cd to oj 

■S d> c 

3 £ 3 



950 



2 300 



C5 



3,500 
200 

50 

200 
600 



1,200 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



199 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



O W QJ 



P 6 

*3 3 T3 



District of Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

1. Carbonear 

2. Victoria 

3. Freshwater 

4. Clown's Cove 

5. Flatrock 

6. Blow-me-Down 

7. Otterbury 

S. Salmon Cove 

9. Perry's Cove 

10. Spout Cove 

11. Kingston 

12. Lower Small Point 

13. Mulley's Cove 

14. Broad Cove South 

15. Broad Cove North 

16. Blackhead 

17. Adam's Cove 

18. Bradley's Cove 

19. Western Bay South .... 

20. Western Bay North 

21. Ochre Pit Cove 

22. Smooth Cove 

23. Long Beach 

24. Northern Bay 

25. Gull Island 

26. Burnt Point 

27. Job's Cove 




200 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


■ Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. • 
Used and Unused 
"^ i Number 


*> 
300 


i 1 
Factory 
Buildings 
i ' Number 


: ' Value, $ 

1 i 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 

i 


28. Redlands 







29. Lower Island Cove 


129 


6,550 


2 


250 





2,600 


30. Caplin Cove 


27 


1,035 






1 


250 


31. Low Point 


9 


325 











32. Bay de Verde 


225 


21,110 


4 


1,800 


10 


2,888 


33. Baccalieu 


3 


200 


1 


900 






34. Red Head Cove 


52 


3,270 


1 


35 


1 


2,000 


35. Grate's Cove 


143 


7,731 


4 


780 


5 


2,650 


36. Daniel's Cove 


14 


460 


2 


170 







37. Old Perlican 


344 


69,590 


9 


160 


' 


3,250 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



201 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Harbour Grace 



1. Bristol's Hope . . 

2. Harbour Grace . . 

3. Otterbury 

4. Riverhead 

5. Thicket 

6. Gullies 

7. Harbour Gace South 

8. Bryant's Cove . 

9. Upper Island Cove . . 

10. Spoons Cove . . 

11. Bishop's Cove . . 

12. Spaniard's Cove . . 

13. Tilton 

14. Goddenville 

15. Shearstown 



'" ■ 'si 
o cfl a) 
,„ be QQ 

■sP 

," 5 t!) 

£ u "* & 

^j a) 5 

no&z 



1,761 



> 
102,094 





tf> 




>, 


bfi 


u 


s 




.0 






h 


aj 


3 


s 


fefiZ 






8 



34 

34S 

42 

83 

S 

e 

133 

128 

252 

33 

73 

253 

73 

7 

288 



| 1,813 

| 28,655 

2,465 

4,715 

I 235 

I ISO 

1 

3,845 

9,945 

5,510 

2,525 

2.583 

17,560 

4,318 

305 
I 
| 17,440 



31,200 



22,600 



8,600 



to V t- 

<i> tn a> 

m § E 

£, 3 



67 



2S 
2 
3 






128,210 



107,825 
500 
900 



1 


100 


2 


1,500 


6 


1,375 


2 


2,000 


1 


160 


15 


10,350 


1 


100 



3,400 



202 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 19S5 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused; 
Number 


> 


Factory 

Buildings j 
Number 


j 
Value, $ 

i 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


District of Port de Grave 


3,201 


153,553 


11 


6,725 


106 


110,606 


1. Mill Road 


10 


250 










2. Georgetown 


44 


2,350 






1 






200 


6,825 






8 


6,700 


4. Gullies 


33 


1,000 










5. Roache's Line 


18 


420 










6. Gould's Road 


27 


690 




1 






7. Cross Road, Foley's Hill .... 


20 


560 










8. Greenland 


11 


495 











9. Deep Gulch 


7 


230 











10. Southside 


91 


4,605 










11. Sparkes' Cove 


12 


580 










12. Cupids 


165 


10,620 






5 


4,500 


13. Salmon Cove 


41 


3,170 






o 


2,500 


14. Hodgewater 


40 


2,590 










15. Turk's Water 


13 


170 










16. Juniper Stump 


47 


3,120 






2 


500 


17. Emerald Vale 


3 


150 










18. Riverside Mills 


3 


160 


1 








1 
19. Springdale 


28 


815 




j 






20. South River 


114 


6,435 










21. Broads 

1 


68 


1 
1,855 











22. Clarke's Beach 


219 

1 


12,550 






S 


6,650 


23. Otterbury 


48 

| 


1,372 




1 


2 


300 


24. North River 

1 


95 


6,929 




1 


3 


2.000 


25. Hall's Town 


146 


6,350 










26. Dock 


62 


3,135 






2 


600 


27. Black Duck Pond 

1 


44 

I 


1,335 

1 


2 


70 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



203 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 




28. Bareneed 

29. Sandy Cove .... 

30. Port de Grave 

31. Ship Cove .... 

32. Blow-Me-Down 

33. Hibbs' Hole .... 

34. Pick-Eyes .... 

35. Coley's Point .. 

36. Country Road 



37. Bay Roberts, East, Westj 
and Central 



60,651 



204 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — ( Continued) 








ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 








/ 


SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, St 
Other Bu 
Used and 
Number 

Value, $ 


Factory 

Building 

Number 


> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


s 
"5 
> 


District of Hr. Main-Bell Island.... 


1 
4,196 | 418,372 


4 


3,370 


102 


135,790 


1. St. Thomas' 


101 | 8,510 











2. Paradise 


60 | 6,492 

1 










3. Topsail Road 


60 | 8,555 






1 


6,000 


4. Topsail 


206 ] 22,548 


1 


70 


2 


2,100 


5. Chamberlains 


171 | 13,920 






1 


1,500 


6. Manuels 


82 | 8,555 






2 


280 


7. Long Pond 


276 ] 20,710 






3 


180 


8. Fox Trap 


217 | 21,840 






2 


1,000 


9. Codner (Middle Bight) 


71 | 6,685 

1 







3 


2,500 


10. Kelligrews 


135 | 4,390 

I 






3 


900 




18 | 2,250 

i 










12. Upper Gullies .... 


108 | 12,435 

j 











13. Lance Cove 


13 | 1,220 

1 










14. Seal Cove 


69 | 4,275 

1 










15. Indian Pond 


44 j 3,394 

1 






•) 


540 


16. Duff's, Holyrood 


20 | 1,250 

| 










17. Holyrood, South 


135 16,995 

1 


1 


1,000 


S 


3,450 


18. Holyrood, Central 


| 158 | 22,980 






s 


2,550 


19. Holyrood, North 


1 117 | 10,020 
| 




1 


1 


20 




52 | 5,160 

| 




1 

1 






21. Salmonier Road 


] 11 | 2,250 

] 




1 






22. Lake View 


1 66 ] 7,065 

1 




• 






23. Chapel's Cove 


| 124 ] 9,560 


j 


1 

1 


1 


500 


24. Harbour Main 


1 236 | 21,065 

1 ] 


1 

1 


1 





2,200 


25. Avondale 


] 249 | 29,320 

| 


1 


1 


5 


6,800 


26. Middle Arm 


1 16 | 1,125 

| 


1 


1 






27. Brigus Junction 


| 14 | 415. 

1 1 





1 

1 

1 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



205 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



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a> 5f S 

w 

ffl+J (O 3 

fQOpZ 



cd 





71 




>. 




0> 


o 


rL. 


— 






& 






a 


3 


;3 


h»Z 



28. Conception Harbour 

29. Kitchuses : 

30. Bacon Cove 

31. Colliers 

32. Marysvale 

33. Lance Cove 

34. Freshwater 

35. Bell Island Mines 

36. Bell Island Centre 

37. Bell Island East 

38. Davidson Ave., Scotia Rd. 

39. West Mines 



■': 



1 

329 


1 
25,095 


72 


3,660 


54 


4,645 


309 


25,870 


102 


3,848 


142 


15,550 


57 


5,155 



60 | 36,175 

I 
109 j 20,045 



20 
34 
79 



4,500 
3,475 
6,930 



3 

> 



2,000 



300 



a V '- 
oj w aj 

a'Sa 
"m § 6 
3 S 3 



10 



i 

14 

11 

2 

i; 

5 



CO 

> 



12,220 



19,850 

2,150 

500 

41,750 

13,350 

1,500 
11,100 

1,850 



206 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of St. John's West... 

1. Ward 1 

2. Ward 2 

3. Ward 3 

4. Ward 4 

5. Ward 5 

6. Southside 

7. Freshwater Valley.... 

8. Boggy Hall Section 

9. Mental Hospital 

10. Kilbride Section .... 

11. Blackhead Road 

12. Cape Spear 

13. Blackhead 

14. Freshwater Bay 

15. Petty Harbour 

16. Goulds 

17. Maddox Cove 

18. St. Phillip's 

19. St. Phillip's Hill .... 

20. Thorburn Road 

21. Portugal Cove 



O CO © 

, 60 in 

m ■„ * £ 

a <s> t3 a 

u si v 2 

tiSa S 



« 

> 



T 



944| 335,382 

1 



I 



23| 

57 
21 
7 
32 
25 
88 

163 



35 
13 



6,775 

10,755 | 

I 
15,400 

16,600 

5,850 

S8.170 

56,182 

49,900 



29 
50 
14 

165 
41 
75 

103 



m 




8 S^ 


fc^ 


~ C a. 




55fl 


<X> 


as b 


p 


OS 3 S 


oS 


feME 


> 


47 


1,264,830 


4 


743,000 

i 



I 



14,870 

070 



75 



3,865 

23,030 

965 

24,040 

3,555 

6,350 

S.330 



a) <" s- 
4) co a) 

» § 6 

3 fc, 3 

m&<2 



222 



7 I 224,920 

12] 179.550 

i 
10' 89,910 

i 
5 16,500 

5, 5,450 

200 

4,200 



1 



100 



1,722,655 



16 
2 

27 

38 

112 

6 



24,900 

42,500 

248,250 

457,010 

882,945 

1,950 



13 



61,000 



500 
200 



3 2,800 



600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



207 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of St. John's East 

1. Ward 1 

2. Ward 2 

3. Ward 3 

4. Ward 4 

5. Ward 5 

6. Quidi Vidi 

7. Major's Path 

8. Nagle's Hill 

9. Flatrock 

10. Torbay 

11. Logy Bay 

12. Outer Cove 

13. Middle Cove 

14. Pouch Cove 

15. Shoe Cove 

16. Biscayan Cove .... 

17. Cape St. Francis 

18. Bauline 



' S-i ■ TJ 

o w o 
_ faJD en 
£ 3 3 

ea 3 | - J 

m ffl a '- 

3 a> *0 s 
•_ J- a g 
a 53 oo 3 

nopz 



1,651 



98 
19 
1 
2 
42 
70 

164 

I 
126 

I 
133 

465 
56 
69 
41 

301 

16 

10 

1 

37 



410,622| 



179,570 

16.450 

3,000 

200 

8.970 

32,870 

46,185 

20,680 

10,169 

36.S36 

9,152 

9,860 

4,590 

23,885 

4,415 

5951 

i 
200[ 

I 
2,9951 



- M u 
q '-3 - 
ffl 3 3 



297,040 



9 

i 
4i 

I 
5! 



118,100 
157,600 
119,700 



300 
440 



100 



700 



05 <U fc, 
CJ w 0> 

'in § S 



ffl 

> 



165 

7 

62 

27 

65 



2,874,630 

80,950 

542,360 

758,990 

1,487,590 



40 



4,300 



100 



100 



208 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Ferryland .... 

1. Goulds 

2. Big Pond 

3. Bay Bulls 

4. Witless Bay 

5. Mobile 

6. Tor's Cove 

7. Burnt Cove 

8. St. Michael's .... 

9. Bauline 

10. La Manche 

11. Brigus South .... 

12. Island Cove 

13. Admiral's Cove .... 

14. Shore's Cove 

15. Cape Broyle 

16. Calvert 

17. Ferryland 

18. Aquaforte 

19. Clear's Cove 

20. St. Bernard's 

21. Admiral's 

22. North Side 

23. Riverhead 

24. Kingman's 

25. Trixie's Cove 

26. St. Brendan's 

27. Blacksmith 



IS-* I 

O 10 

rt o xs d i 

rf -*-> m 3 



OB'S 



V? 


«1 » t- : 






0> 


■S S"S i 

to £ C i 






as 


3 £ 3 i 


> 


CQCWZ | 



2.018 



7!) 

9 

243 

217 
72 

125 
35 



114,350 



4,310 

320 

11,645 

10,015 

4,339 

7,235 

1,273 

I 
22 | 1,205 

I 
24 I 1,005 



14 
17 

5 
19 

3 

78 

59 

189 



1,005 

585 

250 

1,385 

610 

3,925 

3,358 

9,820 



89 


3,280 


12 


1,000 


8 


800 


49 

i 


2,335 


10 


135 


41 

1 


1,245 


1 
31 


1,095 


5 

i 


200 


1 



50 


1 


50 



1.320 



700 
120 



3 
> 



29 j 18,100 



400 

9,800 
1,850 



700 



950 



2.300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



209 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 



Bear Cove Point .... 

Renews 

Bear Cove 

Cappahayden 

Freshwater 

Cape Race 

Long Beach 

Drook 

Portugal Cove 

Biscay Bay 

Trepassey 

Trepassey Central .... 

Shoal Point 

Daniel's Point 

North West Arm .... 

Cape Pine 

St. Shott's 



O oa <ti 

sag 

<£ u a a 

a <va a 

TO *J X 3 

not=z 



I 



28 



I 



5 

7 
49 
10 
90 
100 
19 

52 

I 

2 

I 
3 

I 
38 | 

I 



a. 
3 
a 
> 



2 I 60 

I 
145 | 8,000 



fcMZ 



1S5 



1,165 
60 
1 30 



550 
320 

2,435 
400 

3,735 
11,630 

1,120 

3,270 I 
100 | 
250 I 

4,030 



500 



m ® s- 

(P BO O 

■Sa-i 

to S c 
3 S 3 



1,150 



200 



700 



50 



210 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



O 03 <u 

II- 



Q> 



O! i, "* .O 

CqOpJS 



. to . 
& « S3 

rt si 3 

ferns: 



3 



m * fci 

aj oi -p 

.2 '3 -5 

m 53 & 



District of Placentia & St. Mary's 

1. Peter's River 

2. Middle Gut 

3. St. Vincent's 

4. Gaskiers 

5. Point La Haye 

6. Gulch 

7. Path-End 

8. St. Mary's 

9. Cout's Pond 

10. River Head 

11. Mall Bay 

12. Admiral's Beach 

13. Mosquito 

14. Regina 

15. Mussell Pond 

16. St. Joseph's 

17. New Bridge 

18. Forest Field 

19. St. Catherine's 

20. Mount Carmel 

21. Mitchell's Brook 

22. Harricot 

23. Tickles 

24. Colinet 

25. John's Pond 

26. North Harbour 

27. Garden Cove 



2,580 



20 
23 
89 
58 
51 
22 
IS 

143 
20 

131 
50 
9 
27 
24 
31 

105 

15 

2S 

5 

119 
47 
18 
12 
■18 
5 
34 



115,546 



355 

250 

2,342 

960 

520 

310 

195 

3,604 

255 

3,336 

1,000 

240 

695 

675 

S00 

3,355 

4,735 

2,350 

522 

6,585 

2,180 

1,560 

345 

3,985 

285 

1,560 

95 



28 | 8,700 



80 



1 | S,000 

I 



70 
10 



54 



57,435 



530 



BOO 



500 



600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



211 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 





1 
SETTLEMENTS 

1 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


Value. $ 

- 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


3 

> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


> 


28. 


Beckford 




100 










29. 


Branch 


1 
167 


12,050 






3 


2,800 


30. 


East Cove 


5 


115 










31. 


Point Lance 


28 


1,815 










32. 


Golden Bay 















33. 


Cape St. Mary's 
















34. 


Lear's Cove 


• 


280 










35. 


St. Bride's 


101 


5,560 










36. 


Custlett 


47 


1,985 










37. 


Angel's Cove 


28 
| 


. 725 










38. 


Patrick's Cove 


60 


1,705 










39. 


Gooseberry 


1 9 


840 










40. 


Ship Cove 


I 19 


980 


2 


50 






41. 


Great Barrisway 


6 

1 


360 










42. 


Little Barrisway 


1 
| 


280 










43. 


Point Verde 


91 


8,810 






3 


3,700 


44. 


Placentia (S. E.) 


| 79 

I 


6,404 






2 


1,700 


45. 


Placentia 


| S5 


4,912 






21 


32,030 


46. 


Placentia Junction 


1 5 
1 


200 











47. 


Dunville 


1 127 • 


4,345 






O 


350 


4S. 


Jersey Side 


51 


3,040 










49. 


Freshwater 


| 27 


590 










50. 




J 95 
1 


6,350 






4 


3,950 


51. 


Argentia 


1 

1 91 


3,725 






4 


6,500 


52. 


Fox Harbour 


| 85 
1 


2,471 






■> 


75 


53. 


Ship's Harbour 


| 24 
1 


805 










54. 


Long Harbour 


50 

1 


1,555 






1 


1,000 


55. 


Famish Cove 


1 

1 17 

1 


215 


3 


120 







212 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



56. Tickle Hr. Station .... 

57. Little Hr. East 

58. La Manche 

59. Southern Harbour 

60. Arnold's Cove 

61. Arnold's Cove Station 

62. Come-by-Chance 



U . T3 

O CO tV 

UJ CO 

CO — £ 



« 



<B 



CD i, '" JO 

CO £S to 3 



17 
3 



16 | 

I 

40 J 

•! 

6 I 



CO 

> 



o 3 3 
tS 3 3 
fcCQZ 



40 
511 
145 
239 
1,090 
100 
110 



1 



3 



100 
60 

180 

30 



CO » s« 


fi©- 


Oj CO CD 




fl"3.o 





-sga 


3 


3 * 3 


CO 


ffifcZ 


> 



500 



2,600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



213 



Table 11. 


Buildii 

O ID O 

lis 

a <o t3 a 
u si <u E 


lgs. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 

.. __ . _J 


Value, $ 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


3 

"3 
> 


j 
Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


District of Placentia West 


1,189 


J 24,722 


11 


2,410 


59 


64,250 


1. Red Island 


61 


1,180 






2 


2,000 


2. Harbour Buffett 


47 


J 1,478 


1 


300 


3 


10,300 


3. Port Royal 


10 


1 118 






1 


100 


4. Kingwell 


12 


j 180 






1 


500 


5. Spencer's Cove 


6 


| 235 

| 






2 


4,500 


6. Haystack 


11 


j 530 






2 


600 


7. Brewley 




j 










8. Rose-au-Rue 














9. Indian Harbour 


2 


| 20 










10. Merasheen 


5 


j 135 






1 


1,200 


11. Jean de Gaunt 




1 










12. Pinchard's Island 





1 










13. Gaulton's Island 


1 


20 






1 


3,000 


14. Harbour Island 




I 











15. Cooper's Cove 














16. Tack's Beach 




I 










17. Best's Harbour .... 






1 


300 


1 


2,000 


18. Broad Cove 


2 


70 










19. Iona 


15 


145 










20. Black River ,. 


3 


j 95 










21. North Harbour 

■ 


24 


[ 415 


4 


95 


2 


3,000 


22. Swift Current 


14 


474 






1 


200 


23. Sound Island 


22 


293 


1 


400 


5 


7,000 


24. Woody Island 


37 


532 






1 


200 


25. Bar Haven 


38 


600 


1 


15 


1 


600 


26. Prowseton 


1 


39 










27. Davis Cove 


13 


65 











214 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. 

29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 

33. 

34. 

35. 

36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 

50. 

51. 

52. 

53 

54. 

55. 



O ED <0 

i ,„ to a 

■ g ci a 
-8s 

«S to P 



Chamber's Island 

Queen's Bank 

Clattice Harbour 

Chandler's Harbour 

Little Paradise 

Bona 

Isle Valen 

St. Leonard's 

St. Kyran's 

Murphy's Cove 

St. Anne's j 

I 
Presque | 

Deep Cove | 

I 
Tosselo J 

Beckford's Cove | 

I 
Great Bona | 

I 
Great Paradise j 

I 
Monkstown 

I 
Darby's Harbour j 

I 
South East Bight 

I 
Petit Porte | 

I 
Burnt Island j 

I 
St. Joseph's j 

I 
Little Harbour | 

Brookside | 

I 
Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove | 

Oderin 



I 

1 

31 



21 
5 

18 

8 

12 



6 

I 

7 i 
I 

'I 

4 

I 

1 | 

5 I 
I 

11 I 
I 

12 I 

I 

2 I 

13 I 
I 

24 | 

8 I 
I 

21 | 

I 
17 I 

I 
15 ! 

I 
13 [ 

I 
17 

I 
44 I 



489 

890 
55 
220 
120 
275 

70 

700 

5 

39 

2(1 

30 

110 

170 

60 

170 

340 

SO 

278 

123 

297 

197 

111 

1.010 



i/j 




. to t. 




o '-S - 


cd" 


u5§ 


3 


ciSS 


a 


feWZ 


> 


1 


300 



i ! 



CO ® P» 

Q CO © 

S "> s 

a u P 
CQOhZ 



500 



s 
a 
> 



300 



3,050 



4,000 



150 



200 
200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1936 



215 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



56. Baine Harbour 

57. Rushoon 

58. Creston South 

59. Marystown South 

60. Beau Bois 

61. Little Bay 

62. Duricle 

63. Tides Point 

64. Tides Cove 

65. Fox Cove 

66. Mortier 

67. Rock Harbour 

68. Jean de Bay 

69. Davis Island 

70. Flat Island 

71. Red Harbour 

72. Spanish Room 

73. Mooring Cove 

74. Marystown North 

75. Creston North 

76. Marticot Island 



U . T3 

O W <D 

sfi 

1 - £ « 
h & <" 5 



I 



32 
18 
44 
73 
8 ' 

36 | 

I 
6 I 

t 
1 J 

1 1 

I 
25 

I 
16 I 

I 
12 I 

I 
16 

53 

I 
14-| 

o I 

•J | 

I 
26 | 



S9 



49 





&& 


to ? h 


C « 






cto 
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mb 


a 


•2 S a 

tn S h 


(i93 


a 


t. 3 


feWIS 


> 


«Th2 



524 

252 

S42 

2,402 

187 

735 

135 

40 

50 

1,045 

530 

75 

270 

151 

42 

40 

643 

462 

2,193 

1,562 



500 



> 



4,500 

1,000 
7,300 



.,350 



216 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



O w o> 

M « « =» 

SI,"* 

3 01 "O p 
d +3 to 3 



District of Burin j 1,698 

1. Port au Bras j 57 

2. Bull's Cove I 23 

3. Path End I 17 

I 

4. Burin North [ 54 

5. Ship Cove [ 5 

I 

6. Collins' Cove J 6 

7. Kirby's Cove | 8 

I 

8. Mosquito Cove | 5 

I 

9. Pardy's Island |. 4 

I 

10. Kelly's Cove I 2 

11. Step-a-Side I 7 

I 

12. Great Burin I 23 

I 

13. Shalloway \ 7 

1 

14. Whale Cove 6 

I 

15. Burin Bay I 36 

I 

16. Ship Cove, Path End \ 4 

17. Black Duck Cove | 9 

18. Sandy Point > 3 

I 

19. Long Cove I 5 

I 

20. The Droke | 3 

I 

21. Salmonier | 13 

I 

22. Burin Bay Arm | 20 

23. Salt Pond | 21 

I 

24. Loon's Cove | 21 

25. Bay View | 2 

26. Kimberley | 1 

I 

27. Epworth | 36 



101,655 



• &£ ■- 

o •a ■o 
a 3 3 



20 



1,490 

1,855 
637 

3,182 
145 
455 j 
480 j 
170- j 

165 j 

I 
45 

I 
173 | 

I 

1,264 

I 
130 

I 
80 [ 

I 

1,170 ; 

j 

90 j 
141 j 
57 



12,205 



100 




_ 




320 




1,050 




980 




1,363 


4 


200 


1 


50 




1 997 

1 





3,000 



oi w a; 

.Si's 

3 u 3 



150 



5,000 
2,000 



97 



195,460 



4 

1 

1 

16 



3,600 

3,000 

1,500 

28,850 



10,400 



2,000 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



217 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 










s- . -e 












O ffl 0} 














,„ Mb 












' 


£ a a 














abl 
ildi 
Un 












SETTLEMENTS 






&■?- 


tfi * u 

a> en qj 


i» 






to u & « 




o 


■2 If 
to g c 


v 






a a) "O c a 


"1 £ 


" 


s 






ce H to a * 


dSP 




3 K a 


efl 




1 
Wandsworth , 


caop&l 

"1 
13 


> 
445 




> 


WP<£ 


>> 


28. 








29. 


L'anse au L'Eau 


1 


10 










30. 


Corbin 


13 i 333 










31. 


Little St. Luwrenee .... 


1 
19 ] 56 






1 


100 


32. 


St. Lawrence 


i 
172 ! 2,776 


1 


500 


6 




33. 


Lawn 


64 


1,241 










34. 


Roundabout 


4 j 71 




■ 







35. 


Lord's Cove 


1 
45 753 











36. 


Taylor's Bay 


13 


172 










37. 


Point aux Gaul 


53 


1,293 




1 


1 


2,200 


38. 


Lamaline East 


60 


1,790 







1 


2,500 


39. 


Lamaline West 


52 


930 






2 


2,550 


40. 


Meadows 


29 


1,265 






i 


1,150 


41. 


Allan's Island 


51 


1,220 










42. 


High Beach 


12 


310 










43. 


Calmer 


7 


195 










44. 


Lourdes 


21 


631 










45. 


Green Island 










- 




46. 


Dantzic Cove 














47. 


Point Crewe 


29 


930 










48. 


Fortune 


66 


4,365 






11 


6,970 


49. 


Grand Bank 


285 


54,740 






35 


127,600 


50. 


Molliers 


8 


360 











51. 


Grand Beach 


22 


983 






1 


300 


52. 


Frenchman's Cove 


'36 


820 


1 


.200 


1 


500 


53. 


Garnish 


225 


8,855 


11 


1,355 


10 


3,240 



218 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 

1 
District of Fortune Bay-Hermitage 

i 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


<yi- 

3 

15 
> 

59,681 


■ Factory 
i Buildings 
*. Number 

_ 


13 
> 

21,620 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


■yh 

3 


2,095 


59 


100,915 


1. Point Enragee 


35 


619 










2. Great Jervais 


4 


35 










3. Barrisway de Plate 


5 


30 










4. Grand John 


4 


27 










5. Langue de Cerf 


3 


10 










6. St. Bernard's 


33 


1,023 






2 


1,150 


7. Jacques Fontaine 


28 


395 










8. Bay l'Argent 


71 


3,197 






3 


1,500 


9. Little Bay East .... 


59 


1,512 






1 


200 


10. Little Harbour East 


15 


335 










11. Harbour Mille 


60 


1,291 






1 


500 


12. Terrenceville 


66 


1,300 






1 


250 


13. Grand le Pierre 


10 


60 










14. Pay's Cove 


1 


10 


1 






15. English Harbour East 


42 


| 536 










16. Bay de l'Eau 


14 


130 










17. New Harbour 


2 


| 20 










18. Femme 


17 


305 











19. Long Harbour Beach 


1 


20 

| 










20. Hoop Cove 


6 


70 










21. Anderson's Cove 


22 


i 
420 1 








22. Stone's Cove 


45 


I 1,090 | 








23. Hare Harbour 


9 


165 










24. Rencontre East 


51 


7S3 
| 






o 


750 


25. Doctor's Harbour 


6 


1 75 

| 










26. Lally Cove ' .... 


20 


I 265 | 

| 








27. Bay du Nord 


44 


1 1,813 

1 1 




1 


150 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



219 





Table 11. 


Buildin 

!h . -a 

O ui qj 
,„ be CQ 


gs. — (Continued) 








SETTLEMENTS 


> 


Factory 
! Buildings 
1 [ Number 


Value, $ 



Business 
Premises 
Number 


<*- 

P 

> 


28. 


1 
Lake's Beach 

1 


1 

7 1 


183 




i 
i 




29. 


1 
Turnip Cove 


1 












30. 


Pool's Cove 


44 : 1.779 


2 


1,000 


1 


25 


31. 


Corbin 


12 j 175 






1 






32. 


Barrow 


2 125 






j 






33. 


Belleoram 


• 68 


7.965 


1 


70 


7 


5,040 


34. 


St. Jacques 


59 ' 3,975 





6 


2,540 


35. 


St. Jacques Island 















36. 


English Harbour West 


49 
1 


1,619 


o 


45 


2 


1,600 


37. 


Mose Ambrose 


1 
18 

I 


860 


1 


50 


2 


1,000 


38. 




1 
25 


1,010 


1 


40 


1 


1,000 


39. 


Blanchet 




I 












40. 


St. John's Bay 


1 
4 


190 










41. 


Coomb's Cove 


26 


860 










42. 




14 


223 










4:!. 


Red Cove 


6 


73 










44. 


Bay de l'Eau Island 


7 


82 


1 


50 






45. 


Miller's Passage 


21 


366 











46 


Little Bay West 


18 


533 






1 


100 


47 


Jersey Harbour 


23 


1,010 






3 


5,000 


48. 


Broad Cove 


9 


110 






1 


600 


49 


Harbour Breton 


95 


3,667 


3 


; 30 

I 


5 


26,200 


50 


Deadman's Cove 








i 






51 




34 


597 




i 

1 


2 


1,510 


52 


Mercer's Cove (Brunette)... 


21 


645 




I 






53 


Forward's Cove (Brunette) 


5 


67 










54 


Great Harbour 


15 

| 


290 






1 


200 


55 


Dawson's Cove .... 


38 


1,290 


1 


25 




1 



220 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1985 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


> 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


Value. | 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


«5- 

"3 
> 


56. Seal Cove 


46 j 


551 


2 


15 






57. Pass Island 


18 1 


330 


3 


95 


1 


500 


58. Grole 


25 j 


282 


1 


150 






59. Hermitage 


45 1 


981 


5 


145 


2 


1,400 


60. Furby's Cove 


8 j 


119 


1 


20 






61. Barrisway Cove 


3 1 


50 











62. Round Cove 


6 1 


84 


1 


20 







63. Hardy's Cove .... 


4 1 


50 


1 


20 






64. Little Passage 


2 j 


10 










65. Gaultois 


36 j 


664 


1 


40 


4 


6,600 


66. Piccaire 


5 1 


80 


2 


50 






67. Round Harbour 


3 1 


42 


3 


70 






68. Little Bay 


5 1 


40 


3 


50 






69. Patrick's Harbour 


3 i 


50 










70. Harbour Gallett 


10 1 


160 










71. Raymond's Point .... 


7 i 


SO 










72. Burnt Woods 


12 | 


470 











73. Conne 


27 i 


505 












74. Head of Conne 


7 1 


150 










75. Morriaville 


24 1 


745 


1 


10,000 


1 


10,000 


76. Lector's Cove 


3 ! 


20 










77. Milltown 


51 1 


1,955 


2 


2,500 


1 


1,000 


78. Head of Bay d'Espoir 


80 | 


1,625 


1 


5,000 




1,150 


79. St. Joseph's 


36 | 


930 












80. Swanger's Cove 


6 I 


65 











81. St. Alban's 


159 j 


4,075 


5 


2,100 


9 


28,000 


82. Roti Point 


1 


5 










.83. King's Cove 

1 


1 | 


50 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



221 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



84. Goblin .... 

85. Bay d'Est 

86. Couilliard 

87. Stanley's Cove 

88. Great Jervais 

89. Pushthrough .. 

90. Saddle Island 

91. McCallum 




01 0) S-, 


$t- 


a) cfl aj 




■Sa-i 

to S R 


a> 


3 


S u S 


a 


fflkZ 


> 


! 

i 





950 



2,000 



222 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



. T3 

m q 

a => 
IS 

ffl S3 '** 

<» t, ^ J= 

3 »* S 

re 52 m 2 

fflOpZ; 



05 



re 







£ 6J0 • 




.~ CD 




«^X! 


a* 


a§e 


5 


S33 


re 


fefflZ 


> 



M « fc 

a» k <d 

■S3? 
s ®-3 

CQCuZ 



District of Burgeo & La Poile .... 

I. Mosquito 

2. Muddy Hole 

3. Richard's Harbour 

4. Lock's Cove 

5. Cul de Sac East 

6. Rencontre West 

7. New Harbour 

8. Francois 

9. Cul de Sac West 

10. Penguin Islands 

II. Cape La Hune 

12. Grey River 

13. Dog Cove 

14. Coppett 

15. Fox Island Harbour .... 

16. Ramea 

17. Deer Island 

18. Our Harbour 

19. Red Island 

20. Boar Island 

21. Burgeo 

22. Hunt's Island 

23. Otter's Point 

24. Frenchman's Cove 

25. Grand Bruit 

26. East Bay 

27. North Bay 



1,391 | 65,514 



I 



10 
24 
25 

4 
11 
58 
40 
45 
10 

3 
55 
18 

8 
26 
41 
129 
16 
11 
20 



17 

17 

•) 

50 

5 
In 



55 

140 

215 

30 

185 

2,510 

1,362 

2,585 

92 

28 

2,442 

I 
223 | 

I 
107 i 

I 
571 

I 
643 

I 
3,601 

_ S 
356 

I 
193 

I 
349 

I 



142 .| 4,102 



1711 

120 

211 

3,649 
110 

1,400 



I 
34 | 5,633 



1 



in 



1 I 50 



ISO 



5oo 

10 



10 



220 



110 



2,300 



82 



104,300 



1,800 

300 



2 ! 2,500 



1,000 



1,150 
500 



32(i 



300 



IS 44.850 



3,350 



1 ; 30 

I 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



223 





Table 11. 


Buildings.— ( Continued ) 


Business 
Premises 
Number 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


> 


Factory- 
Buildings 
Number 


CD 




28. 


Little Bay 


27 


493 


1 


20 






.29. 


La Poile -. 


4 


95 











30. 
















31. 


Ireland Island 














32. 


Indian Harbour 














33. 


West Point 


23 


605 


1 


15 


1 


50 


34. 


■ 
Petites 


36 


579 


f 1 


30 


2 


8,000 


35. 


Habour le Cou 


21 


640 






1 


1,500 


36. 


Diamond Cove 


22 


254 










37. 


Caine's Island 


3 


47 










38. 


Rose Blanche 


65 


3,271 


1 


200 


7 


6,250 


39. 


Brazil 


2 


205 










40. 


Burnt Islands 


33 


899 


2 


540 


6 


2,150 


41. 


Isle aux Morte 


31 


730 







2 


450 


42. 


Fox Roost 


14 


550 











43. 


Margaree 


11 


132 










44. 


Port aux Basques 


65 


10,938 


4 


1,300 


25 


28,800 


45. 


Channel 


143 


16,180 


1 


100 






46. 


Lake's Brook 


3 


300 










47. 


Mouse Island 


27 


1.144 










48. 


Grand Bay East 


21 


925 






1 


1,000 


49. 


Grand Bay West 


12 


3G3 










50. 


Rocky Barachoix 


1 


10 










51. 


Long Grade Farm 


1 


300 










52. 


Osborne's 


6 


130 










53. 


Cape Ray 


23 


1,160 












J24 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (( 

"- ". "6 

O Die 

_ be to 

01m c i. <* 

co ,_ ra .q « 

a o> -tf a 3 

*- A & 5 "■ 
rf +j co 3 ctf 

pqojaZ > 


Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


t/b- 

t» 
3 

> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


District of St. George-Port au Port 


3,072 


231,057 


60 


46,067 


| 76 


124,414 


1. Red Rocks 


1 


15 


1 









2. Wreck House 


4 


125 


1 


I 






3. McDougall's Gulch 


12 


600 


1 




1 

1 




4. St. Andrew's 


100 


5,835 






1 




5. Tompkins 


63 


6,360 






1 


300 


6. Searston 


88 


8,875 






O 


1,600 


7. Upper Ferry 


62 


4,650 










8. Doyle's 


14 


3,350 








1 


900 


9. Overfall 
















10. South Branch 


65 


7,705 






1 


500 


11. O'Regan's 


74 


7,045 










12. Great Codroy 


65 


7,175 


1 


3,000 


1 


50 


13. Millville 


51 


2,920 


3 


2,800 


1 


300 


14. Woodville 


14 


575 












15. Codroy and 














16. Cape Anguille 


162 


6,769 






s 


2,400 


17. Middle Barachoix 


30 


1,125 











18. Jeffrey's 


47 


3,548 






2 


1,300 


19. St. David's 


63 


4,355 


1 


40 


4 


4,850 


20. St. Fintan's 


10 


925 






, 


5,000 


21. Loch Leven 


10 


1,600 










22. Highlands 


30 


3,065 


1 

| 


40 






23. Codroy Pond 


9 

1 


425 


1 
1 








24. Five Mile Pool 


1 


50 


1 



1 








25. North Branch 

1 








1 








1 
26. Rainy Brook 

1 







1 








1 
27. Cartyville 


44 

1 


2,225 










28. Robinson's 


1 
118 


8,805 






2 


700 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



225 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 

Value, ? 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


> 


29. Robinson's Station 


1 
25 ! 1,129 









30. Heatherton 


54 | 4,765 


1 


75 






31. Fischell's 


14 | 7 45 










"2. Fischell's Siding 


1 
2 I 35 










33. Shallop Cove 


70 i 1,070 


1 


30 


1 


200 


34. Muddy Hole 


32 i 648 










35. Flat Bay 


19 


273 











36. St. Teresa's 


41 


755 






1 


200 


37. Journois 


23 


15,203 


2 


10,050 






38. Matt's Point 


23 


661 











39. Barachoix 


20 


1,485 










40. St. Geoi-ge's 


261 


20,392 


7 


1,550 


14 


11,200 


41. Sandy Point 


78 


3,523 






5 


1,180 • 


42. Stephenville 


240 


17,745 


2 


2,200 


7 


16,200 


43. Kippens 


19 


910 






1 


400 


44. Stephenville Crossing 


165 


11,634 






•y 


3,250 


45. White's Road 


7 


3,500 










46. Black Duck 


16 


8,120 
| 










47. Island Pool 


3 


100 










48. Dump Pool 















49. Jack Burke's 














50. Harry's Brook 


5 


340 

| 










51. George's Lake 


1 


25 










52. Spruce Brook 


9 


975 

1 










1 


14 


700 J 







1 




54. Port au Port 

1 


153 


10,792 


i 


200 


5 

] 


5,734 


55. Felix Cove 

I 


32 

1 


1,395 






I 




56. Goose Pond Road 

| 


1 i 

1 


25 | 

[ 






i 





226 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 




57. Bellman's Cove 

58. Aguathuna 

59. Boswarlos 

RO. Romaine's Brook .... 

61. Point an Maul 

62. Fox Island River .... 

63. Campbell's Creek .... 

64. Abraham's 

65. Jerry's Nose 

66. Tom Touche's Cove 

67. Ship Cove 

68. Lower Cove 

69. Sheaves Cove 

70. March's Point 

71. Red Brook 

72. De Grau 

73. Cape St. George 

74. Mainland 

75. Three Rock Cove .... 

76. Salmon Cove 

77. Lourdes 

78. Winter House 

79. Black Duck Brook ... 

80. Long Point 

81. Tea Cove 

82. West Bay 

83. West Bay Centre .... 

84. Piccadilly 



14 

9 
35 
14 

6 
20 
23 

4 
11 
10 

20 | 

I 
5 J 

IS 

37 

12 | 

33 

61 

46 | 

I 

30 ] 

11 

40 

30 

26 



IS 
33 
25 



955 


6 


1,371 


4 


330 


2 


3.422 


4 


1.065 


9 


1,641 


1 


556 


1 


SO 




755 




2,383 


2 


341 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



227 





Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 










ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 

1 












SETTLEMENTS 


- a ° 


Cat 


GS- 


oj to d) 


M> 






rn u -O <v 


o 'ra - 


V 


m S a 


U 






va a 3 


■"So 


3 


3 








H33 


a 


3 u 2 


al 






|CQOpZ. > 


fe«2 


> 


mon^ 


> 


Distric 


t of Humher 

Kitty's Brook 

Howley 


1 1 
1,673 |285,781 [ 20 


13,297,647 


159 


754,215 


1. 


1 ' 1 
1 ! 25 | 








2 


1 1 
9 | 1,195 j 






6 


3,755 


3. 


Junction Brook 


1 1 
1 80 









4. 


Upper Humber 


5 


1 
210 | 




1 


500 


5. 




5 


550 j 








6. 


. . 


12 


1 
1,750 j 








7. 


Deer Lake West 


x 5 


1 
1,050 | 






7 


5,500 


8. 


Lake Siding 


•y 


1 
2,000 1 








9 


6 


1,200 
50 










10. 




1 










n 




1 


3,000 










12 
















13 




1 
54 | 5,135 






10 


22,800 


14 


Rocky Brook 


. .. 1 










15 


195 47,730 






16 


29,175 


16. 


Corner Brook .... 


1 
361 [ 138,931 


7 


13,264,512 


72 


622,915 


17. 


Curling 


111 | 9,840 

| 


1 


30,000 


13 


36,500 


18. 


Petries 


91 ! 13,920 ] 2 


135 


7 


18,400 


19. 


Georgetown 


50 | 3,350 1 

1 


2,500 


1 


1,200 


20 




1 1 
99 | 10,310 1 




■> 


1,500 


21. 

22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 


Cook's Pond and Siding.... 

Cook's Brook 

Halfway Point 

Benoit's Cove 

John's Beach 

"Voy's Beach 

Frenchman's Cove 


! 

2 1 400 




















1 
69 


5,455 







1 


600 


51 


5.186 ! 




1 


100 


1 1 
13 1 890 j ........ 




1 


200 


12 | 690 ! 




1 


100 


1 1 
31 2.555 1 

























22S 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11 


Buildings. — ( Continued ) 








o to u 
1§S 










SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, St 
Other Bu 
Used and 
Number 

Value, % 


Factory 

Building' 

Number 


Value, % 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


28. Little Port 


I 
6 1 1.".'. 


! 
I 








2 


40 








30. Lark Harbour 


67 


3,440 


1 
2 ' 300 


5 


1,190 


31. York Harbour 


14 


655 













18 


1,060 










33. Hughes' Brook 


2 


500 












21 


980 






9 


1,100 


35. Summerside 


43 


1,805 


1 


75 


4 


2,200 


36. Meadows 


41 


2,775 








3,100 


37. Gillam's 


33 


1,840 


2 


60 






38. Mclver's 


36 


1,247 


\ 65 


3 


880 


39. Brake's Cove 


26 
48 


2,900 
4,675 










40. Cox's Cove 










41. Penguin Arm 















42. Goose Arm 


20 


2,000 







1 


1,500 




58 


4,017 






, 


1,000 


44. Wood's Island Harbour .... 


50 


2,160 


















i 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



229 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — (Continued) 






SETTLEMENTS 

1 
1 


Barns, Stables or 
Other Buildings. 
Used and Unused 
Number 


eft- 
CD 
3 

"3 
> 


Factory 

Buildings 

Number 


se- 
ep" 

3 

"3 
> 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


©9- 

a> 

3 

M 
> 


District of St. Barbe 


1,328 


54,396 


116 


4,022 


40 


37,305 


1. Trout River 


72 


5,370 


9 


500 


1 


800 


2. Curzon Village 


20 


1,055 










3. Woody Point 


22 


1,693 






6 


7,025 


4. Muddy Brook 


1 


30 










5. Winter House Brook 


6 


715 










6. St. Joseph's Cove 


4 


120 










7. Shoal Brook 


9 


270 


1 


50 






S. Silver Point 


4 


185 


1 


100 


o 


200 


9. Birchy Head 


9 


210 










10. Silverton 


5 


95 






1 


500 


11. Glenburnie 


7 


750 











■12. Lomond 


18 


625 










13. Eastern Arm 


1 


150 










14. Mill Cove 


1 


100 






1 


100 


15. Gads Harbour 


3 


120 


1 


50 






16. Neddie's Harbour 


9 


235 


5 


110 






17. Norris Point 


35 


1,945 


5 


595 


6 


9,000 


18. Wild Cove 


7 


390 




32 






19. Rocky Harbour 


37 


1,613 


11 


405 


2 


700 


20. Bear Cove 


26 


980 


3 


90 


1 


100 


21. Woody Cove 




65 


1 


20 






22. Lobster Cove Head 


3 


175 











23. Lobster Cove 


15 


625 


5 


130 






24. Baker's Brook 


5 


65 


1 


50 






25. Green Point 


4 


75 


1 


25 






26. Salley's Cove 


26 


470 


8 


250 






1 
27. Martin's Point 


3 


15 


1 


15 







230 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 





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28. Broom Point 

29. St. Paul's 

30. Cow Head 

31. Belldown's Point 

32. Three Mile Rock 

33. Parsons' Pond 

34. Portland Creek 

35. Daniel's Harbour 

36. Bellburn's 

37. River of Ponds 

38. Spirity Cove 

39. King's Cove 

40. Hawke's Bay 

41. Port Saunders 

42. Gargamelle 

43. Point Riche 

44. Old Port an Choix 

45. Port au Choix 

46. Eddie's Cove (West) 

47. Tilt Cove (St. John's Bay) 

48. St. John's Island 

49. Doctor's Brook 

50. Barr'd Harbour 

51. Castor River 

52. Bartlett's Harbour 

53. Perrole Point 

54. New Ferrole 

55. Shoal Cove (West) 

56. Reefs Harbour 



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1,540 
1,385 

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165 

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125 
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115 

20 
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100 
105 

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3,100 



750 



700 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



231 





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Bird Cove 


9 










58. 


Brig Bay 


17 


410 










59. 


Plum Point 


13 


750 






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1,050 


60. 


Blue Cove 


11 


450 











61. 


Pond Cove 


3 


120 











62. 


St. Genevieve Bay 


2 


75 











63. 


Gooseberry Island 


4 


100 










64. 


Current Island 


13 


665 










65. 


Forrest's Tickle 


12 


390 










66. 


Black Duck Cove 


5 


250 






2 


1,000 


67. 


Pidgeon Cove 


2 


150 










68. 


St. Barbe Bay 


1 


50 










69. 


Anchor Point 


25 


1,525 










70. 


Deadman's Cove 


7 


280 






1 


3,000 


71. 


Bear Cove 


11 


560 










72. 


Chamber's Island 


6 


120 










73. 


Seal Point 


S 


180 










74. 


Flower's Cove 


65 


4,190 






3 


5,450 


75. 


Nameless Cove 


16 


625 











76. 


Mistaken Cove 

















77. 


Savage Cove 


16 


590 











78. 


Sandy Cove 


24 


1.750 










79. 


Shoal Cove 


11 


680 










SO. 


Poyne's Cove 


12 


320 










81. 


Green Island Cove 


33 


1,695 






1 


30 


82. 


Lower Cove 


3 


120 











S3. 


Green Island Brook 


35 


1,200 










84. 


Eddie's Cove 


15 


450 










85. 


Four Mile Cove 


3 


70 










86. 


Big Brook 


9 


330 













232 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. 


Buildings. — ( Continued ) 








ables or 
ildings. 
Unused 












SETTLEMENTS 


Barns, St 
Other Bu 
g Used and 
<° Number 


re 
127,605 


1 


> 

1,000 


Business 
Premises 
Number 


Value, $ 


Labrador 


11 


48,000 


1. LAnse au Clair 


10 


| 385 











2. Forteau 


38 


3,545 










3. LAnse Amour 


4 


180 










4. LAnse au Loup 


27 


1,960 











5. LAnse au Diable 


6 


190 










6. Capstan Island 


6 


270 










7. West St. Modeste 


9 


180 













8. Pinware 


10 


470 











9. East St. Modeste 


10 


420 











10. Carrots Cove 


2 


100 










11. Red Bay 


30 


1,435 












12. Fry's Cove 


3 


fin 










13. Barge Bay 


5 


140 










14. Henley Harbour 


23 


7,570 










15. Cape Charles 


36 


12,300 










16. Battle Harbour 


31 


7,520 










17. Indian Cove 


12 


2,435 











18. Mary's Harbour 


8 


2,500 










19. Fox Harbour 


41 


4,630 











20. Deep Water Creek 


3 


320 










21. Seal Bight 


6 


420 










22. Murray's Harbour 


5 


500 










23. Williams Harbour 


10 


1,010 










24. Francis Hr. Bight 


14 


2,040 










25. Fishing Ship's Hr 


9 


3.000 










26. George's Cove 


30 


3,260 










27. Square Island 


9 


1,180 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



2:;:; 



Table 11. Buildings.— (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



28. Snug Harbour .... 

29. Triangle 

30. Venison Island .... 

31. Hawk's Harbour 

32. Bolster's Rock .... 

33. Seal Islands 

34. Black Bear Bay ... 

35. Batteau 

36. Spotted Islands .... 

37. Black Tickle .... 

38. Salmon Bight 

39. Red Point 

40. Indian Tickle .... 

41. Grady 

42. Cape North 

43. Hare Harbour .... 

44. Hare Islands .... 

45. Snook Cove 

46. Cartwright 

47. Separation Point 

48. Muddy Bay 

49. Indian Harbour .... 

50. Independent 

51. Dumpling 

52. Pack's Harbour .... 

53. North River 

54. West Bay 

55. Pish Cove 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 19S5 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



56. Flatwater 

57. Turner's Bight 

58. Mullin's Cove .... .... 

59. Cunningham Tickle 

60. Cunningham Bight .... 

61. John's Point 

62. Lester's Point 

63. Grassy Cove 

64. Little Harbour 

65. Hanniocfc 

66. Mulliock 

67. Pearl River 

68. Mulligan 

69. Salt Water Pond .... 

70. North West Islands 

71. Sebasquasto 

72. Butter & Snow 

73. North West River .... 

74. Mud Lake 

75. Goose Bay 

76. Traverspine 

77. Kenemish 

78. Grand Lake 

79. Rigolet 

80. Burnt Wood Cove .... 

81. Juniper Point 

82. Double Mere 

83! Rocky Cove 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



235 





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86. 


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87. 


Big Island 














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Shell Island 















89. 


Indian Harbour 

















90. 


Otter Brook 















91. 


Fox Island 
















92. 


Eskimo Point 















93. 


North West River 
















94. 


Davis Inlet 
















95. 


Voisey's Bay 


1 


100 






1 


450 


96. 


Tilt Cove 


3 


40 










97. 


Tessinjaluk 


4 


100 










98. 

















99. 


Adlavik 


4 


160 










100. 


Big Bight .... 


2 


80 










101. 


Makkovik 


11 


1,030 


1 


1,000 






102. 


Ailik 


6 


1,075 






1 


150 


103. 


Makkovik Bay 


1 


30 











104. 


Kipokak Bay 


7 


250 










105. 


Island Harbour 


6 


380 










106. 


Island Harbour Bay 


5 


12,020 










107. 




22 


17,890 






2 


5,000 


108. 


Kanagetok 















109. 


Allatok Bay 















110. 


Big Bay 


6 


370 










111. 


Flower's Bay 


1 


40 











236 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 19S5 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



112. Davis Inlet 

113. Tunungajoaluk . 

114. Aman's Cove 

115. Daniel's Rattle . 

116. Okpatik Point ... 

117. Okpatik Bay 

118. Tessuijak 

119. Tikkerlick 

120. Anaksarkarueck.. 

121. Klkkertaujaluk . 

122. Tessinjaksoak ... 

123. Akuliakattak .... 

124. Kiblikataluk 

125. Karmarsuk 

126. Kangardlualuk .. 

127. Parnguairvik .... 

128. Kauk Bight 

129. Nain 

130. Black Island .... 

131. Pakavik 

132. Ogasiarvik 

133. Nutak 

134. Tessinjak 

135. Udlik 

136. Tininek 

137. Natan 

138. Nakkia 

139. Sillutalik 



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CENSUS OK NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



237 



Table 11. Buildings. — (Continued) 



SETTLEMENTS 



140. Napartaksoak 

141. Okak 

142. Hebron 

143. Kogarsuk 

144. Sillupat 

145. Napartok .... 

146. Pitoke 

147. Itibliarsuk .... 



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APPENDIX 

A Classification of Industries 



APPENDIX 



AGRICULTURE 

Mixed and General Farming. 

Grain Growing. 

Fruit Farming. 

Gardening — Truck Farming. 

Nurseries — Flower and Seed Culture. 

Other Crop Production. 

Stock Raising. 

Dairy Farming. 

Poultry Raising. 

Fox Farming 

Bee Keeping. 

FORESTRY, FISHERIES, TRAPPING 

Forestry and Logging. 

Fishing. 

Hunting and Trapping. 

MINING, QUARRYING 

Coal Mining. 

Gold Mining and Milling. 
Copper Mining and Milling. 
Lead-Zinc Mining and Milling. 
Silver-Cobalt-Nickel Mining and Milling. 
Silver-Lead-Zinc Mining and Milling. 
Nickel-Copper Mining and Milling. 
Other and Undefined Mines. 
Quarries, Sand or Gravel Pits. 

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 

1. Vegetable Products Industries 

Foods- 
Flour and Grain Milling. 
Bread and Other Bakery Products. 
Biscuits and Confectionery. 
Fruit and Vegetable Canning, Evaporating. 
Sugar Refineries, Syrups. 
Vegetable Food Products, n.e.s. 

Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarettes. 



2. Animal Product Industries 

Foods — 

Fish Curing and Packing. 

Slaughter and Meat Packing. 

Butter, Cheese, and Condensed Milk. 

Animal Food Products, n.e.s. 
Fur Dressing and Fur and Hair Goods. 
Leather and Leather Products — 

Tanneries. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Harness and Saddlery. 

Other Leather Products. 

3. Textile Industry 

Textiles and Textile Products — not Clothing — 
Cotton Goods,— Yarns, Cloth, Thread, etc. 

Woollens and Worsteds, — Yarns, Cloth, Waste, etc. 

Hosiery, Knitted Goods. 

Dyeing, - Bleaching, Finishing. 

Carpets, Mats, Rugs. 

Cordage, Rope and Twine. 

Awnings, Tents and Sails. 

Other and Unspecified Textile Products. 

Clothing — not Custom Tailoring — 

Men's Clothing — Suits, Pants, Coats, etc. 

Men's Furnishings — Skirts, Neckwear, Collars, etc. 

Women's Clothing — Skirts, Cloaks, Waists, etc. 

(Includes Children's Wear). 
Hats and Caps (including Fur and Straw Hats). 

Clothing, — n.e.s. and Undefined. 

4. Wood and Paper Products; Printing, Publishing, Engraving, etc. 

Wood Products — 

Sawmill Products. 

Sash, Door, and Planing Mill Products. 

Furniture (including Upholstering). 

Carriages, Wagons, Sleighs. 
Boxes, Baskets, Barrels — Containers. 

Wood Turning and Woodenware. 

Boats and Canoes. 

Wood Products, n.e.s. 

Pulp, Paper, Paper Products — 
Pulp and Paper. 
Paper Products — Boxes, Bags, Stationery, etc. 



Printing, Publishing, Bookbinding (includes Sterotyping and 

Electro typing) . 
Lithographing and Engraving. 

5. Iron and Its Products 

Smelting, Converting, Refining, Rolling-Iron and Steel. 

Foundry Products and Forgings, n.e.s. 

Boilers, Engines, Machinery (not Agricultural). 

Agricultural Implements and Machinery. 

Railway Rolling Stock, Car Shops. 

Hardware and Tools. 

Sheet Metal Products. 

Wire and Wire Goods. 

Iron and Steel Products, n.e.s. and Undefined. 

6. Non-Ferrous Metal Products 

Non-Ferrous Smelting and Refining. 

Brass and Copper Products (includes Casting and Rolling). 

Precious Metal Products — Jewelry, Clocks and Watches, Silverware. 

7. Non-Metallic Mineral Products 

Aerated and Mineral Waters. 

Bricks and Tile. 

Illuminating and Fuel Gas. 

Lime, Plaster, Cement — Artificial Stone. 

Monumental Stone and Marble — Stone Cutting. 

8. Chemical and Allied Products 

Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Preparations. 

Paints, Pigments, and Varnishes. 

Soaps, Washing Compounds, Toilet Preparations. 

Chemical Products, n.e.s., Acids, Dyes, Fertilizers, Polishes, Inks, etc. 

9. Miscellaneous Products 

Booms, Brushes, Mops. 
Mattresses. 

Miscellaneous Products, n.e.s., Toys, Games, Sporting Goods, Buttons, 
Pens, etc. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER 

Electric Light and Power Production and Distribution. 

CONSTRUCTION (INCLUDING CARPENTRY, PLUMBING, 

PAINTING, ETC. 

Building and Structures. 

Other — Road, Railway, Bridge, etc. 

Construction, Unspecified. 

Shipbuilding. 



TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS (NOT INCLUDING 

POSTAL SERVICE) 

Steam Railways. 

Electric Railways. 

Water Transportation. 

Taxicabs, Livery, and Bus Service. 

Cartage, Trucking, Haulage Service. 

Automobile Garages. 

Express. 

Storage. 

Air Transportation. 

Telegraph Systems. 

Telephone Systems. 

Other and Not Specified Transportation and Communication. 

TRADE 

1. Retail Dealing 

Automobiles and Accessories. 
Books and Stationery. 
Boots and Shoes. 
Coal and Wood- 
Candy and Confectionery (includes Bread and Pastry). 
Clothing and Furnishings, Men's. 
Clothing (including Millinery), Women's. 
Dairy Products. 
Drugs and Toilet Preparations. 
Dry Goods. 
Electrical Supplies. 
Filling Stations. 
Flowers and Seeds — Florists. 
Flour and Feed. 
Fruit and Vegetables. 
Furs and Fur Goods. 
Furniture and House Furnishings. 
General and Departmental. 
Groceries. 

Hardware and Builders' Supplies. 
Jewelry and Art Goods. 
Leather Goods. 
Liquors and Beverages. 
Meat, Poultry and Fish. 
Musical Instruments. 
Optical Goods. 
Second-hand Goods. 
Sporting Goods. 
Tobacco and Cigars. 
Other and Unspecified Retail Dealing — Hawking, Peddling. 



2. Wholesale Dealing 

Clothing and Dry Goods. 
Drugs. 
Groceries. 
Hardware. 
Leather Goods. 
Lumber. 

Stationery and Office Supplies. 
Tobacco Products. 

Other and Unspecified Wholesale Dealing, — Commission Agencies, 
Commercial Brokers, Importing and Exporting. 

3. Wholesale-Retail Dealing and Not Specified Dealing. 

FINANCE 

Banking. 

Investment and Loan. 

Insurance (Accident, Life, Fire, etc.) 

Real Estate. 

SERVICE 

1. Professional 

Accountancy and Actuarial Practice. 

Applied Science: — Engineering Practice, Architecture, Consultant 

Chemistry, etc. 
Association — Industrial', Trade. 
Art and Music (including Commercial Art). 
Education. 

Health — Medical, Dental, Nursing and Hospital Service. 
Law. 

Literature, Journalism, and Library Service. 
Religion. 

Social Welfare and Charity Organizations. 
Other Professional Service. 

2. Public Administration 

(a) Governmental Service — 

Police Service. 
Fire Department. 
Postal Service. 
Other Departments. 

(b) Municipal — 

Water Service. 
Other Departments. 

(c) Other- 

Foreign Government Service in Newfoundland. 



3. Recreational 

Theatres, Theatre Film Agencies. 

Billiard Halls, Sporting Clubs, and Other Amusement Resorts. 

4. Custom and Repair 

Automobile Repair Shops and Service Stations. 

Blacksmithing. 

Boot and Shoe Repairing. 

Custom Tailoring — Dressmaking, Millinery, Needlework, etc. 

Dyeing, Cleaning, and Pressing. 

Electrical Repair Service. 

Laundries, Laundering. 

Watch and Jewelry Repairing. 

Custom and Repair, n.e.s. 

5. Business Service 

Advertising Agencies. 
Employment Agencies. 
Auctioneers and Valuers. 
Business Service, n.e.s. 

6. Personal Service 

Hotels and Restaurants, Taverns. 
Barber and Hairdressing Shops. 
Lodging and Boarding Houses. 
Private Domestice Service. 
Photographers' Shops. 
Undertaking Establishments. 
Personal Service, n.e.s. 

UNSPECIFIED INDUSTRIES 



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Department of Public Health and Welfare 



TENTH 
CENSUS 



OF 



NEWFOUNDLAND AND 
LABRADOR, 1935 



PART II. 
VOLUME II. 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR. 
OCCUPIED LAND AND LIVESTOCK 




ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND 

Printed by Robinson & Co., Ltd. 

1937 



Dr. H. M. Mosdell, M.D., 

Secretary for Public Health and Welfare. 

Sir, 

Herewith for submission to the Honourable Commissioner for Public Health and 
Welfare Part II. of the second volume of the Report of the Census of Newfoundland 
and Labrador, 1935. 

This is the final Part of Volume II. and is in two Sections. Section I. gives 
summaries of Vessels, Boats and Gear and value of same for Districts and Settlements; 
Section II. gives Land occupied, Produce grown and number of Livestock and value. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

W. HALFYARD, 

Statistical Officer. 

Department of Public Health and Welfare, 
June 28th, 1937. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



SECTION I. 
Fisheries, Vessels, Boats and Gear 

Table 1. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats, Total Catch, etc., 1857-1921. 

Table 2. Vessels and Boats, tonnage, etc., 1857-1921. 

Table 3. Fishing Equipment 1911-1935. 

Table 4. Number engaged in various fisheries and earnings reported year ended 
June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and Districts. 

Table 5. Number engaged catching Codfish 1935, by Districts. 

Table 6. Number engaged in catching, curing or handling of fish, or fishery pro- 
ducts, with reported earnings, by Districts, year ended June 30th. 1935. 

Table 7. Number of persons directly or indirectly engaged in and supported by the 
fisheries, 1935. 

Table 8. Number fishing in certain fishing areas, by Districts, 1935. 

Table 9. Quantities of various kinds of fish consumed by the population, 1931. 

Table 10. Number of schooners, Traps, etc., and total value of same, owned by 
fishermen, by Districts, 1935. 

Table 11. Number of Schooners, Traps, etc., and value of same, owned bv fishermen, 
by Settlements, 1935. 

SECTION II. 
Occupied Land, Produce, Livestock and Products 

Table 1. Areas and Estimates of Yield and Value of Field Crops. 1934. 

Table 2. Number cultivating land 1891-1935. 

Table 3. Fishermen and others who cultivate land, 1935. 

Table 4. Occupied Land and Crops, 1857-1935. 

Table 5. Value of agricultural Products. 

Table 6. Occupied land: Area under various Crops, by Districts. 

Table 7. Occupied land: Area under various Crops, by Settlements, 



Table 8. Products of the land, by Districts, 1931. 

Table 9. Products of the land, by Settlement", 1934- 

Table 10. Number of Livestock; Livestock products and Furs 1857 - 1935. 

Table 11. Value of Livestock, etc., 1935. 

Table 12. Number of Horses, Ponies, Cattle and Swine by Districts, 1935. 

Table 13. Number of Horses, Ponies, Cattle and Swine by Settlements, 1935. 

Table 14. Sheep, Goats, Poultry, Milk, Butter, Eggs and Furs, by Districts. 

Table 15. Sheep, Goats, Poultry, Milk, Butter, Eggs and Furs, by Settlements. 

Table 16. Breeds of Cattle. 

Table 17. Breeds of Sheep, Goats, Poultry. 



Census of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1935 



SECTION I 



Fisheries, Vessels, Boats and Gear 



FISHERIES 



Table I. gives such particulars regarding the fisheries as are recorded in the 
Census Returns of past years. It will be noticed that in the early years the tonnage of 
Vessels employed in the Fisheries was quite as large as that of the present day, 
although the number of vessels was much smaller. This is explained by the fact that 
the sailing vessels used in the Seal Fishery were included in the returns, and, being 
large ships brought up the tonnage. 

The total catch of fish was also given in past years' Census Returns. The present 
Census does not include this information, as the schedules did not request same, instead 
information was sought as to the home consumption of fish, and fuller information 
regarding Vessels, Boats and Gear and Value of same. 

The 1935 Census Returns give 35,018 as engaged in the catching of Cod Fish, and 
775 engaged in other fisheries, making a total of 35,793 in all fisheries; in 1921 the 
figure was 40,511; in 1911, 43,795. Included in the total figure for those engaged 
in catching Cod, are those who gave their occupation as (1) "Lobster and Cod" fisher- 
men and (2) "Salmon and Cod" fishermen. They were included as Cod Fishermen, 
because that was the fishery at which they spent most time during the season. 

The figures given in Table 4 for those engaged in the "Salmon", "Lobster", and 
other fisheries, are for those who stated they were engaged in these particular fisheries 
only. 

Although there is a marked decline in the number of those engaged in the Cod 
Fishery from 1901 onwards, there does not appear to be any decrease in the numbei 
of fishing rooms, the figure for these remaining practically the same throughout the 
years. 

The total amount earned by those catching cod exceeded $4,500,000; other fisher- 
ies $137,000, giving a total of $4,637,000 earned in all fisheries. 

Table 6 gives the total number engaged in the catching, curing or handling of 
fish or fishery products, by Districts; also the total earnings. 

Table 7 gives the total number of persons, by Districts, who are directly or in- 
directly affected by, or whose means of support depend upon the fisheries. 

Table 8 gives the number fishing in the various fishing areas by Districts. 

Table 9 shows the total quantity of the various kinds of fish consumed by the 
population. 



CENSUS O'F NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



It is estimated that 40% of tlie total population of Newfoundland and Labrador 
are dependent on the Fisheries for a living. 

Vessels, Boats and Gear 

Owing to absence of detail, the figures given in Table 2 relating to Sailing 
Vessels for the years 1857-1874, must be taken to represent all vessels of whatever 
tonnage. 

Being a maritime people, with the riches of the seal and cod fisheries at our door, 
the returns of Ships and Boals will always be important — the increase or decrease 
in the figures indicating the fluctuations in the prosecution of the fisheries caused by 
short catches or unremunerative markets. Tables 10 and 11 set out the fishing 
equipment and value of same owned by fishermen. 

The total number of vessels prosecuting the fishery is 1,317, tonnage 48,151: in 
1921 there were 1,284 vessels, tonnage 39,565; and in 1911, the vessels numbered 
1,852 the aggregate tonnage being 66,049. 

Included in the total number of Dories are boats of all kinds, as from the returns 
submitted it appears that the enumerators made no distinction between Dories, Punts 
or other boats when entering the information in the column headed "Number of 
Dories." 

In the Tables for Vessels, Boats and Gear, Settlements giving no returns have 
been omitted. 

The total value of all fishing equipment, including fishing rooms excseds 
*6,0.00,000. 



10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 1. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats, Total Catch, etc., 1857 - 1921 





Vessels 


Total 
Catch 
Qtls. 


BANK FISHERY 




No. 

802 
986 
1,197 
1,618 
1,244 
1,564 
1,852 
1,284 


Tonnage 

57,898 
47,413 
61,551 
74,623 
50,099 
54,504 
66,049 
39,565 


Vessels Engaged 


Men 

Engaged 

No. 




Year 


No. 


Tonnage 


Catch 
Qtls. 


1857 


1,355,649 
874,106 
1,700,937 
1,235,279 
947,575 
1,233,107 
1,260,277 
1,323,961 


60 
199 
115 
149 

33 




1,098 
3,269 
1,569 
2,167 
652 




1869 






1874 






1884 

1891 

1901 

1911 

1921 


2,507 
11,520 
6,156 
9,590 
3,274 


98,757 
137,629 
119,138 
155,533 

80,011 







LOBSTER FISHERY 




SALMON 


id 
O) 


No. 
Factories 


No. 
Traps 


Catch. 
Cases 


Men 
employed 


Women 
employed 


Total 

Catch 

Tierces 


Smoked or 
Dry Cured. 
Lbs. 


Value 
$ 


1857 


340 
1,479 
1,897 
1,251 






3,427 
4,576 
2,637 
1,142 


1,380 

1,908 

1,487 

258 


2,940 






1869 






1874 




12,278 
7,743 
5,851 
6,462 
3,710 
5,441 






1884 










1891 


179,096 

240,321 

204,863 

82,269 


77,580 
38,033 
25,940 
12,460 




1901 






1911 
1921 


107,970 
240,167* 


6,203 
193,88 



Includes 225,167 lbs. fresh and 15,000 lbs. smoked. 



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11 



Table 1. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats, Total Catch, etc., 1857 - 1921 



LABRADOR FISHERY 


SHORE FISHERY 


Vessels Engaged 


Persons Engaged 


Catch 
Qtls. 


Vessels and Boats 




No. 


Tonnage 


Men 


Women 


Children 


No. 


Tonnage 


Catch 
Qtls. 








3,261 
2,081 
2,035 
1,197 
1,140 


1,783 
823 
597 
372 
487 






1 












1 




33,689 
34,443 
33,657 
22,678 






27,811 
21,383 




1,150 


12,592 

10,478 

11,319 

9,606 

6,530 








861 
927 


488,788 
456,307 
290,321 
342,318 






841 
1,150 


15,946 
18,887 


814,423 
901,632 





FISHERY 






HERRING FISHERY 






Pickled 


Tinned 


Total 
Catch 
Brls. 


Smoked 


Freshor Frozen 
Shipped 


Pickled 


Tierces 


Value 

$ 


Lbs. 


Value 
$ 


Lbs. 


Value 
$ 


Brls. 


Value 

$ 


Brls. 


Value 










19,908 




2,779 
728 


82,012 
11,468 
































185,382 
82,602 
119,938 
125,213 
148,585 
50,378 




















I 


66,573 
38,910 




















59,081 
79,912 












3,710 
5,441 


129,940 
103,467 


13,145 
25,579 


78,680 
12,000 


123,633 
40,033 


149,912 
190,993 





o 


1857 . 




1869 




1874 . 




1884 




1891 




1901 . 




1911 . 




1921 . 





VESSELS 
Table 2. Vessels and Boats 1857 - 1921 



VESSELS AND BOATS 



a 
o 
pq 

- 0) 

Sga 



c 
c 
o 
H 



W O 



o 



<1> 

,2 > 

<u o 

1? d 

> CO 



M to ■ 






Own 
CO > CD 

fij T3 5 

° c2 



i) 3 



CO 
M 
C3 
C 
C 
O 

H 



21 

35 

44 

196 

777 



5,877 

6,178 

12,508 

12,020 

11,066 



212 
986 
1,197 
1,435 
1,421 
1,425 
1,340 
835 



6,229 
47,413 
61,551 
60,903 
45,691 
48,905 
44,264 
24,420 



183 
271 
228 
292 
279 



13,720 
25,740 
23,315 
23,833 
28,953 



11,294 
13,944 
17,435 
20,666 
19,807 
25,068 
24,720 
22,451 



1,244 
811 
1,176 
1,590 
1,167 
1,376 
1,120 
616 



88 

197 
155 

52 
93 
73 
33 



2,427 

6,912 
5,693 
1,812 
3,375 
1,858 
1,850 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 3. Fishing Equipment: Vessels, Boats and Gear, etc., 


1S35 


VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


CENSUS YEARS 




1911 


1921 


1935 


Number of Dories 






18,449 


Number of Motor Dories 






909 


Number of Motor Boats 






9,685 


Number of Fishing Schooners 






612 


Tonnage Fishing Schooners . . 






22,899 


Number of Auxiliary Schooners 






224 


Tonnage Auxiliary Schooners 




7,396 


Number of Bankers 






55 


Tonnage, Bankers 


9,590 


3,274 


5,714 


Number of Labrador Floaters . 






116 


Tonnage, Labrador Floaters 






6,753 


Number Western Boats 






300 


Tonnage, Western Boats 

Aggregate Tonnage . ... 






5,389 


66,049 


39,565 


43,151 


Number of Cod Traps 


6,530 


7,365 


5,285 








9,463 


Number of Salmon Traps 






543 






11,415 








141 


Number of Herring Nets 

Number of Herring Seines 

Number of Caplin Seines 

Value of Fishing Equipment, $ 






13,326 






452 






1,339 
5,569,041 








Number of Fishing Rooms 


13,163 


13,422 


13,202 


Value of Fishing Rooms, $ 






1,111,490 


Total Number Vessels Engaged in Fishery 


1,352 


1,284 


1,317 



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Table 4. Fisheries: Number Engaged in Various Fisheries and Earnings 





DISTRICTS 


FISHERY 


Newfoundland 
and Labrador 


White Bay 


Green Bay- 




No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. Earnings 
Engaged | $ (00) 


Cod 

Salmon 

Smelt 


34,645 

145 

9 

247 

73 

29 

268 

2 

2 


1 
4,545,110 

23,873 

1,270 

43,504 

6,938 

3,854 

56,174 

660 

190 


2,012 
12 


361,173 
1,900 


1,296 
1 


206,132 
150 


Lobster 






Squid 






Whale 






Herring 






Halibut 






Sword 

















DISTRICTS 


FISHERY 


Bonavista South 


Trinity North 


Trinity South 




No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 

246,020 
1,140 


No. 
Engaged 

1,682 
9 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


Cod 

Salmon 

Smelt 


2,019 

O 

15 
73 


243,156 
2,590 


2,229 
8 


134,744 
1,110 


Lobster 


1,690 
6,938 






Squid 






Whale 






Herring 








Halibut 






Sword 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



15 



Reported for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and Districts 



DISTRICTS 



Grand Falls 


Twillingate 


Fogo 


Bonavista North 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. I 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$(00) 


28 

2 


5,542 
300 

t 

1 

i 
1 


1,697 

4 , 

2 

2 




209,498 
210 
250 


2,191 

16 

5 

11 


371,128 

2,044 

220 

2,133 


2,314 
12 

1 


387,432 
749 




9 


















































DISTRICTS 



Carbonear- 
Bay de Verde 


Harbour Grace 


Port de Grave 


Harbor Main- 
Bell Island 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$(00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. Earnings 
Engaged | $ (00) 


2,182 
1 


275,072 
270 


589 
9 


36,883 


1,013 
4 

12 


71,840 
550 


309 
8 

4 


15,531 
760 




























2 


200 


1,254 


1,345 


695 

































16 



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Table 4. Fisheries: Number Engaged in Various Fisheries and Earnings 



DISTRICTS 

















FISHERY 


St. John's West 


St. John's East 


Ferryland 




No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00). 


Cod 


407 


55,110 


992 


113,612 


2,155 


218,757 


Smelt 
















Squid 

Whale 














Herring 

Halibut . .. 


































FISHERY 



Cod 

Salmon . 
Smelt . . 
Lobster . 
Squid .... 
Whale .. 
Herring .. 
Halibut . 
Sword ... 



DISTRICTS 



Burgeo and LaPoile 



No. 
Engaged 



1,879 

18 

22 



Earnings 
$ (00) 



224,513 
3,065 

2,970 



190 



St. George's- 
Port au Port 



No. 
Engaged 



453 
28 

2 
9 



11 



Earnings 
$ (00) 



96,416 

5,555 

800 

2,950 



1,470 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



17 



Reported for Year Ended June 30th, 1935, for Newfoundland and Districts 



DISTRICTS 



Placentia and 
St. Mary's 


Placentia West 


Burin 


Fortune Bay and 
Hermitage 


No. 
Engaged j 


Earnings 
$ (00) . 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


1,378 
2 


142,334 
320 

1,100 
.. 
360 


2,390 
9. 


281,589 


1,802 
3 

7 


210,209 
435 


1,626 

50 

15 
2 


230,433 






5 


891 


1,560 


6,225 


2 














1,764 
660 
























DISTRICTS 



Humber 


St. Barbe 


Labrador 


No. | Earnings 
Engaged \ $ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


No. 
Engaged 


Earnings 
$ (00) 


318 
14 


56,426 
2,725 


1,213 
78 


197,179 


844 


154,381 








38 


9,970 


14,006 












242 


52,940 






























18 



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Table 5. Number Engaged in Catching Cod Fish (Males only) 1935, 

by Districts 



NUMERICAL DISTRIBUTION 



DISTRICTS 


Heads of Families 


Others 


Total 


Total 1935 


21,279 


13,739 


35,018 


1921 






40,511 


1911 






43,795 








White Bay 


1,114 


898 


2,012 


Green Bay 


836 


960 


1,296 


Grand Falls 


21 


7 


28 


Twillingate 


1,100 


597 


1,697 


Fogo 


1,319 


172 


2,191 


Bonavista North . . 


1,404 


910 


2,314 


Bonavista South 


1,286 


733 


2,019 


Trinity North 


1,463 


766 


2,229 


Trinity South 


1,042 


640 


1,682 


Carbonear-Bay de Verde 


1,240 


942 


2,182 


Harbour Grace 


412 


177 


589 


Port de Grave 


486 


527 


1,013 


Harbour Main-Bell Island 


194 


115 


309 


St. John's West 


254 


153 


407 


St. John's East 


567 


425 


392 




877 


1,278 


2,155 


Placentia and St. Mary's 


892 


486 


1,378 




1,242 


1,148 


2,390 




1,279 


523 


1,802 


Fortune Bay and Hermitage 


1,413 


213 


1,626 


Burgeo and La Poile 


1,095 


784 


1,879 




359 


94 


453 


Humber .. 


170 


148 


318 


St. Barbe 


637 


576 


1,213 




577 


267 


844 



CENSUS OF. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



19 



Table 6. Total Number Engaged in the Catching and Curing of Fish, 

or the Handling of Fishery Products in Newfoundland and 

Labrador, 1935, with Reported Earnings, by Districts 





FISHERIES. NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOE 


DISTRICTS 


Total Reporting 


Total Earnings 


■ 


Males 


Females 


Males 


Females 


Total 


No. 
36,884 


No. 
63 


$ (00) 
4,958,909 


$ (00) 
2,083 


White Bay ,,. 


2,043 


4 


369,484 


55 


Green Bay 


1,308 




209,726 




Grand Falls 


30 




5,842 




Twillingate 


1,718 




212,838 




Fogo 


2,248 




384,940 




Bonavista North 


2,347 




392,342 




Bonavista South 


2,163 




264,216 




Trinity North 


2,307 




265,508 




Trinity South 


1,746 




142,909 




Carbonear-Bay de Verde .... . 


2,226 




291,267 




Harbour Grace 


607 




40,585 




Port de Grave 


1,040 


23 


75,820 


345 


Harbour Main-Bell Island . . 


324 




18,086 




St. John's West 


446 


.... 


85,014 




St. John's East 


1,061 




176,890 




Ferryland 


2,538 




238,254 




Placentia and St. Mary's 


1,390 




144,714 




Placentia West 


2,455 


1 


288,572 


26 




1,901 




250,637 




Fortune Bay-Hermitage 


1,767 


34 


259,354 


1,557 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


1,942 


1 


237,568 


100 


St. George-Port au Port 


504 




107,691 




Humber 


625 




125,281 




St. Barbe 


1,300 




215,135 






848 




156,236 





Table 7. Number of Persons Directly or Indirectly Engaged in and Supported by the Fisheries 



DISTRICTS 



FISHERIES 



Cod 



Salmon 



Lobster Smelt Herring Halibut 

I I 



Whale 



Squid j Sword 



Totals 



o 

M 

w 

a 

w 

o 
*d 

H 
% 

O 

a 

d 

> 

a 

> 

a 

t- 1 
> 
w 

> 
d 
o 

S) 



White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista North 

Bonavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main-Bell Island ... 



6,124 
4,070 
61 
5,052 
6,696 
7,124 
5,672 
6,782 
4,966 
6,865 
1,980 
2,886 
994 



84 

4 

2 

17 

47 

36 

19 

23 

11 

7 

3 

4 

23 



6 
37 

2 
49 



11 



215 



43 

62 

2 



6,208 
4,076 
63 
5,036 
6,788 
7,162 
5,955 
6,805 
4,977 
6,872 
2,026 
2,952 
1,019 



Table 7. Number of Persons Directly or Indirectly Engaged in and Supported by the Fisheries 





FISHERIES 


DISTRICTS 


Cod 


Salmon 


Lobster 


Smelt 


Herring Halibut 

1 


Whale 


Squid 


Sword 


Totals 


St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Fortune Bay and Hermitage 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George-Port au Port 

St. Barbe 


1,642 
3,521 
5,284 
4,396 
7,060 
6,901 
7,538 
5,715 
2,103 
945 
2,777 
3,021 


9 

1 

9 

59 

81 

31 

5 


22 
17 

210 
78 
30 

123 
1,735 


7 






32 

47 
857 


.... 

.... 

6 


24 
120 




.... 
3 


1,642 
3,521 
5,284 
4,429 
7,202 
6,919 
7,795 
5,855 
2,268 
1,956 
4,512 
3,026 


Totals 


110,175 


475 


2,311 


26 


936 


6 


251 


215 3 

1 


114,398 



o 

M 
W 

a 

Cfl 

o 

H 

o 
a 
z 
a 

r 1 
> 

a 

a 

t- 1 
> 

w 

> 
o 
o 
a 



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Table 8. Cod Fishery: Number Fishing in Certain Areas, by Districts, 1935 



DISTRICTS 



FISHING AREAS 



Labrador 
No. 



Total 1935 

1921 
1911 

White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista North 

Bonavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main-Bell Island 

St. John's West 

St. John's? East 

Ferryland 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Placentia West • 

Burin 

Fortune Bay and Hermitage 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. George-Port au Port 

Humber 

St. Barbe 

Labrador. 



5,369 
5,440 
9,110 



Shore 
No. 



28,672 
34,419 
32,518 



10 


J 2,002 


106 


1,190 




28 


185 


1,512 


143 


2,048 


1,395 


918 


296 


1,723 


554 


1,675 


59 


1,622 


377 


1,805 


387 


190 


671 


342 


160 


148 


1 


405 


2 


990 




2,155 




1,378 


1 


2,389 


45 


1,281 




1,155 


20 


1,845 




453 


68 


250 


45 


1,168 


844 





Grand Banks 
No. 



977 

652 

2,167 



12 



476 

471 

14 



Total 



35,018 
40,511 
43,795 



2,012 

1,296 

28 

1,697 

2,191 

2,314 

2,019 

2,229 

1,682 

2,182 

589 

1,013 

309 

407 

992 

2,155 

1,378 

2,390 

1802 

1.626 

1,879 

453 

318 

1,213 

844 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



23 



Table 9. Fish: Quantities Various Kinds of Fish Consumed by the 

Population 1934 





KIND OF FISH 


Amount 


Cod 




59,063 


quintals 


Herring 




6,836 


barrels 


Haddock 




672 


quintals 


Salmon 




648,688 


pounds 


Trout 




66,645 


pounds 


Lobsters 




33,887 


number 


Caplin 




16,474 


barrels 


Smelts 




12,348 


pounds 


Halibut 




93,469 


pounds 


Turbot 




223,394 


pounds 


Flatfish 




18,787 


pounds 



24 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 10. Fishing Equipment: Number of Schooners, Traps, etc., Owned 



DISTRICTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



Total: Newfoundland and Labrador 

White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista North ... 

Bonavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main-Bell Island 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Ferryland 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Placentia West 

Burin 

Fortune Bay and Hermitage 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George-Port au Port 

Humber 

St. Barbe 

Labrador 



o 
O 



o 
53 



18449 



686 

1388 

145 

1313 

1076 

1214 

1036 

349 

798 

717 

147 

88 

492 

64 

336 

528 

948 

1250 

997 

1887 

869 

647 

357 

636 

481 



909 



o o 
53 53 



9635 



10 



1 

11 

1 

53 

14 

341 

201 

101 

48 

8 

19 

8 



800 
624 
53 
728 
769 
660 
594 
712 
290 
690 
62 
66 
90 
158 
299 
374 
294 
409 
220 
315 
267 
100 
266 
410 
435 



612 



bO 
a 
P 
C 
o 
H 



22899 



172 

1587 

78 

1407 

1374 

4358 

1092 

2901 

704 

204 

78 

327 

35 

1560 



14 

1389 

1677 

1372 

1439 

488 

65 

108 

432 

38 






224 



10 
13 

3 
6 

14 
5 
6 
6 

10 
2 
4 



18 

11 
11 
7 
15 
76 

1 
1 

2 



7396 



145 
562 



298 
230 
589 
255 
532 
245 
351 
42 
250 

347 



325 
220 
413 
488 
592 
1253 



23 

200 

36 



to 
a 
C 

a 
o 

H 



55J5714 



21 130 



218 

617 

2779 

1900 

70 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



25 



by Fishermen and Total Value; 


Also Number Fishin 


g- Rooms and Value 


VESSELS 


, BOAT'S 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


No. Labrador Floaters 


CD 
M 

CO 

B 
B 
o 
E-i 


CO 

o 
m 

B 

tn 

CD 

en 

CD 

o" 

55 

300 


CD 

CO 

o 
5389 


CD 
bo 

CO 

B 
B 
o 
H 

CD 

CO 
M 
CD 

'00 
DO 

_<_ 

48151 


a 

CO 

u 
Eh 

T3 
O 

U 

6 
53 


CD 

T3 
O 

u 

d 
55 


■ 

ft 

CO 

u 
En 

B 
o 

s 

. w 

6 
55 


w 

+^ 
CD 

B 
o 

a 

w 

o" 

52 


CO 
CD 

o 

a 

"a 

6 
55 


Ui 

CD 

55 

M 
B 

CD 

« 
55 


CD 

a 
w 

bo 
B 

'S 

CD 

w 

d 
55 


en 

CD 
r; 

'3 

CO 

B 

i — 1 

ft 

CO 

y 

o' 
55 


B° 

.So 

-B^ 

!=! a 

<-A CD 

oj a 
3 '3 

CO O" 


■n 

CD 
co 

CD 

S£ 
o 
q B 

K 

BO O 

S55 

&H CO 


o 

o 

Eft- 
CD" 

> 


116 |6753 


5285 


9463 


543 


114151141 


13326 


452 


1 1 
133915569041 


13202 


1111490 










317 


346 


65 


11 


2455 


35 


602 


10 


15 


1 
328022 


853 


116469 


7 


513 






2662 


185 


286 


19 


1241 


6 


663 


22 


58 


264992 


571 


96190 










78 


3 


8 


1 


65 




49 


2 


9 


15747 


11 


1435 


13 


939 


2 


8 


2652 


224 


677 


6 


710 




1071 


51 


62 


270196 


836 


63027 










1604 


530 


1884 


3 


328 


6 


883 


3 


119 


301117 


837 


83089 


43 


2659 


5 


91 


7697 


528 


736 


12 


349 




277 


10 


61 


533583 


638 


58316 


15 


804 






2151 


302 


216 


210 


835 


5 


336 


7 


56 


288878 


648 


52934 


14 


715 


1 


27 


4175 


463 


279 


24 


273 


6 


631 


38 


80 


398386 


828 


60441 


6 


242 


15 


118 


1309 


318 


246 


85 


269 


2 


261 


9 


43 


193222 


792 


45936 










555 


545 


6 


10 


702 


30 


179 


2 


10 


237013 


753 


70347 










120 


17 






37 




23 


56 


5 


19202 


54 


1442 


1 


50 




18 


645 


54 




2 


46 




27 


2 


20 


51518 


92 


5380 








28 


63 


66 




2 


100 




32 


5 


132 


33547 


50 


2518 


3 


268 




27 


2332 


72 


17 




161 


1 


35 




4 


194256 


74 


15960 








14 


14 


146 






236 


3 


44 




27 


87449 


490 


49701 








158 


497 


150 


28 




154 


1 


133 


3 


44 


149228 


496 


45990 






40 


951 


2778 


128 


491 


5 


117 


1 


521 


41 


89 


267410 


628 


44492 






103 


2063 


4770 


255 


1733 


19 


81 


2 


812 


54 


176 


383633 


1094 


85715 


4 


318 


36 


744 


5701 


203 


388 


1 


62 


1 


799 


25 


162 


399883 


586 


58042 


3 


59 


14 


181 


4171 


130 


2265 


5 


368 


11 


2372 


65 


61 


390725 


846 


25294 


2 


186 


68 


896 


2893 


39 


78 


20 


520 


2 


1515 


7 


9 


216163 


609 


25354 






2 


30 


95 


71 


12 


57 


716 




560 


15 


1 


71828 


503 


16617 










131 


19 




8 


250 


8 


634 




1 


70844 


83 


8926 






1 


5 


637 


296 


44 


6 


211 


6 


745 


17 


30 


195378 


368 


36210 






2 


30 


104 


195 


4 


37 


1129 


16 


122 


8 


63 


201321 


462 


41665 



26 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


u 
o 
O 

<4-t 

o 
6 


w 
CD 

•c 

O 



u 

o 

■+J 

o 

s 

6 


S 

CO 

ffl 
t< 

o 
o 

s 

6 


CD 
g 

1 

W 

W) 

a 

w 

£ 

o 


01 
Bfl 

ffl 

o 
H 


3) 
e 

o 


si 

o 

to 

X 
3 
< 

d 


V 
(0 

O 


W 

!h 
0) 

CO 

PQ 
6 


CD 
W> 

CO 

c 

c 
o 
H 


w 

tn 
0) 

CO 


s 

In 
O 
T3 

CO 

1h 
■D 
CO 

6 


<D 
CO 

a 
a 
o 
E-> 


White Bay, Total 


686 




800 


7 


172 


10 


145 










LaScie 

Brent's Cove 


39 
29 
22 
12 
2 
39 
58 
33 
41 




51 
16 
13 
10 

2 
16 
17 
12 
21 
17 

1 

1 
12 

2 

7 
4 
6 
6 
4 
5 
8 
5 
7 


.... 
1 




1 
1 


19 
12 


1 








St. Barbe Island 

Ming's Bight 






Baie Verte 






Coachman's Cove 






Fleur de Lys 






Woodstock 






Pacquet 






Wild Cove 














Big Cove 








Seal Cove 










Middle Arm 




















15 




Western Arm 








Bear Cove 








Granby Island 

Pumbley Cove 






















Westport 



































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



27 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


, BOATS AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


en 

CO 

o 




01 
M 
CO 






ft 


-t-» 


-2 


[/I 


01 
S 


en 

01 

a 


CM 

2 
en 


01 
en 




m 




a 


en 




(h 




*£j 




01 


Cu 


en 01 




a 

u 

01 
■♦-a 
W 

di 


01 
BO 

to 
a 
a 


o 
1) 

CO 
6J 
0) 
5-. 
SO 


ft 

CO 

u 
H 

t3 
o 
O 


en 

0) 

■a 
o 
O 


H 

(S 
o 

| 

"cO 

w 


o 

e 

"cO 
73 


Q 

a 
o 

| 

cO 
W 


C 

&-. 

01 

K 


Bfl 
C 

u 

01 

w 


01 

W 

a 

a 

CO 

O 


lue of All 
uipment $ 


hing Room 
3 Not in Us 


01 
3 


6 


O 


QO 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


co a" 


.H a 


CO 


><£ 


H 


< 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


602 


10 


£ 


>d 


lit cS 


> 






' 317 


346 


65 


11 


2,455 


35 


15 


328,002 


853 


116,469 






19 


22 


18 


4 


29 




26 






18,279 


50 


19,950 








5 




4 


45 




13 






5,241 


17 


2,900 








1 






8 




28 




2 


3,105 


16 


7,150 








1 






23 




3 






2,474 

652 

7,317 


7 


1,250 
100 








9 




.... 


2 
64 










1 
29 




13 


3,145 








4 

2 


4 




61 
13 




14 
11 






7,298 
2,685 


33 

21 


7,155 







1,510 






12 


5 


2 




43 




26 






7,758 


23 


3,800 








7 


6 




49 




10 






13,130 


8 


2,490 








1 






2 










300 


1 


100 








5 


2 
9 




9 

46 




2 
15 




1 


280 
5,805 


1 
13 


20 






980 








1 


1 




11 
4 




5 
1 






760 
100 


4 
1 


135 

10 




! is 


2 






20 




6 






1,810 


6 


360 








1 






2 
9 




3 
3 






970 
1,125 


2 
3 


80 
160 








2 
1 


2 




7 
7 




2 
3 






900 
687 


4 
3 


190 






60 








1 


2 




3 




2 






865 


3 


75 








1 


2 
2 




21 
13 




2 
1 






2,087 
915 


5 
5 


290 






155 






| 




4 




15 




3 






1,342 


4 


110 

1 
! 



2a 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VFSSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



George's Cove 

Hannah's Cove 

Brown's Cove 

Sop's Arm 

Sop's Island 

Jackson's Arm 

Coney Arm 

Little Harbour Deep 
Big Harbour Deep 

Williamsport 

Hooping Hsrbour ... 

Cat Cove 

Canada Harbour .... 

Canada Bay 

Englee 

Groais Islands 

Conche 

Crouse 

Croque 

St. Julien 

Grandois 

Fishot Islands 

Main Brook 

Lock's Cove 

Ireland's Bight 







co 






u 






q) 






P 


m 
01 




o 
o 




CO 


u 


o 


o 


m 


1-1 


pq 


ttft 


I-H 


Jh 


a 


O 


O 




■+J 


-t-> 


£1 


<) 


o 


V) 


% 


% 


fe 


o 


6 


6 


fc 


& 


£ 



11 

10 
18 



2 




1 




3 




8 




11 


1 


22 


1 


6 




6 




23 




24 




30 




12 




6 




69 




25 




34 




2 




2 




2 




6 




7 




7 




6 




4 





00 
CO 

C 

a 

o 



12 
9 



CD 

a 

o 
o 
A 



3 

< 

6 



11 



00 

CO 



o 
c-l 



30 



0) 
00 

CO 

c 
c 
o 



u 
o 
■a 

as 

•-> 

XI 
CO 

6 



v 

00 
CO 

a 
a 
o 
E-i 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



29 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


to 

a 
o 




bo 
CO 
S 






w 
ft 




-2 
'A 

4H 




CO 

a 


in 

01 

£ 
'3 

a 
a 

CO 


bo 


in 




m 
a 

CD 

+> 
w 

m 


01 
bo 
to 


a 
o 
H 

£? 
ho 

0) 


ft 

CO 

H 

■a 
o 
O 


CD 

T3 
O 
O 


H 

fl 
o 

J 

To 


o 

5 
To 


U 

Q 

fl 
o 

s 

To 
w 


00 
01 

K 


Ol 

w 

BO 

a 

0) 

w 


<3 

2 3 


M 0) 

° c 

60 "o 

3£ 


0) 




a 


W) 






















o 


o 


W) 


o 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


CO o 1 


12 r< 


CO 


z 


H 


< 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


S 


£ 


a 


>W 


h cc; 


> 










1 




2 
6 










225 

100 

305 

1,735 










1 














1 










12 




4 




63 




1 






2,540 


5 


' 180 






9 








86 




18 






4,915 


20 


525 








1 






34 

57 




1 
3 


1 




1,025 
1,820 


6 
6 


175 

80 








1 


2 




180 




11 






3,925 


25 


380 








16 






124 




20 






9,155 


19 


1,022 








15 






128 




18 






10,516 


19 


780 








4 






9 

45 










40 
3,287 










12 


14 


3,602 














2 




4 






220 


1 


6 






30 


15 






304 




31 






21,643 


41 


2,300 








10 






11 




33 




2 


5,609 


26 


3,175 








21 






287 




42 


2 




14,112 


73 


3,793 








•1 






13 

14 

5 




3 
3 

1 






510 
230 
125 


7 
3 








140 






42 








3 






21 




5 






1,325 


5 


168 








3 






22 




6 






1,651 


11 


732 












1 


11 




2 




1 


1,320 


2 


70 








3 






34 




2 






2,345 


9 


560 








4 






51 




8 




1 


4,075 


6 


1,860 



30 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


aj 
'Ei 

(3 

<** 
o 

6 
£_ 

62 

38 

24 

16 

23 

124 

3 

6 

4 

1 
4 
9 

13 

18 

2 

12 
10 


w 
0) 

"u 
o 
O 

u 
o 

o 
d 


cO 



ffl 

u 
o 

o 

% 

6 


t-t 
<D 

d 

O 

o 

o 
W 

tuO 

a 
K 

o 

55 


V 

eo 

o 
H 


w 

n 
V 

g 

u 
W 

< 
6 


tuO 

o 
H 


CO 

■s 

CO 

pq 

d 
55 


w> 

(0 
CI 
CI 

o 


S-< 

<u 
-l-> 
CO 

o 

£ 

u 

o 

T> 

CO 
Sh 

A 

CO 

d 
55 


<u 

80 

CO . 
C ' 

c 
o 
H 


Goose Cove 


16 

14 

6 

5 

6 

47 

1 

19 

34 

8 

1 

1 

2 

5 

16 

22 

26 

4 

1 

10 

5 

2 


1 

2 
1 


13 


1 
6 


12 
72 










St. Anthony Bight 




St. Carol's 






Great Braha 






Little Braha 






St. Anthony 

Back Goose Cove 


50 




St. Lunaire 






Griquet 






Quirpon 






L'anse au Meadow 

Hay Cove 

Spillar's Cove 






Noddy Bay 






Cape Onion 






Raleigh 




I 


Cook's Harbour 






Boat Harbour 






Cape Norman 






Wild Bight 






L'anse au Pigeon 

Harbour Round 


73 


/ 


Wild Cove, Canada Bay 













CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



31 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 





CJ 




bJI 




a 




a 




a 




o 




H 




V 


11 

tO 


CO 


a 


■-a 


a 


bo 





M 


H 


< 



25 



122 



73 



o 
O 



6 
7 
1 
6 
4 
30 



3 

2 
13 
36 

25 

7 



T3 
O 

O 
6 



a 


fi 


o 


o 


a 


e 


■a 


to 


w 


Cfi 



o 



35 

83 

33 

5 

27 

132 

4 

38 

47 
7 



14 



35 






01 



1 

10 

5 

5 

7 

38 

3 

19 

30 

5 

1 

1 

1 

3 

10 

17 

16 

2 

9 

2 



to 

ho 
CI 



K 



a 

CO 

O 
6 



60 

g 

3 

°g 
<d a 

3 '3 

CO D 1 



BUILDINGS 



T3 

O 
h0~o 

fag 



11,518 
8,455 
2,415 
2,703 
4,650 

48,407 

245 

7,025 

12,984 
3,145 
185 
100 
1,330 
1,300 
9,900 

13,350 

10,242 

2,520 

50 

4,550 

4,575 

115 



22 

13 

8 

13 

10 

40 

2 

24 

45 

14 

3 

2 

4 

5 

17 

18 

27 

3 



2,604 
2,080 
1,575 
1,200 
2,045 
0,039 
35 
1,422 
4,982 

930 

165 
70 

460 
1,100 
4,220 
6,050 
3,997 

140 

2,060 

470 

1,010 

50 



32 



:ENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



Ul 




<u 


w 








CO 


o 


o 


(A 


W 


t-. 


u 


o 


o 






o 


o 


§ 


s 


d 


6 


% 


g 



6/) 
CO 

B 



0) 

fi 
o 
o 

J3 

CJ 

W 

< 

6 



CD 
W> 

CO 

rj 

9 

o 



CU 
CO 

a 
a 

o 
H 



CO 
d 



1) 
BB 
CO 
C 

c 
o 

H 



Green Bay, Total 

Gull Island 

Shoe Cove Bight 

Shoe Cove Brook 

Caplin Cove 

Tilt Cove 

Round Harbour 

Snook's Arm 

Indian Burying Place 

Bobbie's Cove 

Nipper's Harbour 

Rogue's Harbour 

Stocking Harbour 

Smith's Harbour 

Burlington 

Middle Arm 

Rattling Brook 

Bulley's Cove 

King's Point 

Mansfield Point 

Silverdale 

Jackson's Cove 

Langdon's Cove 

Nick's Nose Cove 

Harry's Harbour 



1,388 



21 

10 

6 

10 

27 

11 

20 

7 

94 

IE 

22 

17 

40 

23 

13 

14 

36 

9 

9 

22 

2 

4 

37 



10 


624 




2 




14 




12 




1 




4 




15 




5 




6 




4 


1 


53 




7 




2 




11 




17 




16 




12 




7 




14 




2 




7 




10 




1 




19 



1,587 



39 



20 



110 



56 



13 562 



56 



9 

190 

15 



513 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



33 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



00 

cd 

a 

o 

H 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 



bo 
to 
<! 



2,66: 



95 



9 
190 

15 
20 



110 



56 



o 
U 



£ 



18! 



T3 
O 

U 



286 19 

I- 



21 
6 

9 

10 
2 
4 

49 
6 
4 
2 






as 



1,241 



29 

13 

1 

17 

112 

30 

108 

40 

175 

21 

25 

15 

11 

3 

17 

4 

28 

42 

1 

8 

15 



18 



-3 



00 

C 



X 



66; 



1 

2 

15 

3 

7 

3 

76 

22 

7 

10 

12 

6 

14 

5 

15 

4 

2 

26 



1 
10 



a; 
W 

oo 
el 






18 

u 



22 58 



oo 

a 



fa 



264,992 



4,960 

7,350 

I 293 

I 3,305 

| 8,885 
I 

2,630 

I 5,900 

4,800 

18,020 

1,918 

1,035 

1,321 

1| 1,877 

I 

2,629 

1| 13,282 



1,939 
5,122 
1,255 
6,103 
1,032 
325 
78 
8,547 



BUILDINGS 



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m 

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£> 
K> 01 

° el 

00 o 

.S£ 
v a 



571| 96,190 



23 
5 
2 
9 
3 
6 
5 

19 
2 
8 
7 

15 
3 
6 
3 

26 



14 



4,630 

90 

240 

1,530 
865 
920 
910 

1,407 
601 
500 
910 

1,355 
580 
795 
230 

1,255 

1,400 
500 
300 

1,570 



34 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


JNo. of Dories 


CD 

o 

p 

o 

o 

d 


w 

*-> 
CO 

o 

m 
3 

O 

d 


w . 

3 
c 
o 
o 

cj 
W 

DO 

a 

6 

J3_ 


1 

i Tonnage 


No. Aux. Schooners 


CD 
CO 

G 

a 
o 


u 

OJ 
a 
a 

CO 

pq 
d 


t» 

CO 
C 

o 


iNo. Labrador Floaters 


1 

i Tonnage 


King's Cove 


7 






















Three Arms 


7 


1 


6 


1 


15 














Southern Arm 


6 


1 


1 


















Wild Bight 


6 




3 


















Little Bay ., 


5 




1 


















Woodford's Cove 


6 






















Ward's Harbour 


8 




3 


















Shoal Arm 


7 























Nobles Cove 


1 






















St. Patrick's 


13 




6 


















Springdale 


100 


3 


23 


1 


13 










1 




Dock Cove 


2 




■ 
















Beachy Cove 


2 




.... 1 . 
















South Brook 


5 




11 
















Roberts Arm 


4 




31 
















Port Anson 


29 




101 










.. 


.... 




Miles Cove 


3 




2 


















Paddock's Bigh't 


3 




2 












... 


.... 




Wellman's Cove 


12 




5 


















Lush's Bight 


41 




24 


3 


156 


1 


15 










Beaumont North 


26 




7 


1 


27 














Beaumont South 


56 




17 


















L ; ttle Bay Islands 


86 




65 


26 


1,000 


6 


277 






6 


513 


Pilley's Island 


53 


2 


33 


2 


151 














Heads Harbour 


6 




8 



















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



35 



Geajr, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VE3 


3ELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


en 
O 




a 

61) 

CO 




i 
l w 


y> 


CU 




CU 


c/l 

ID 

c 
'3 
w 

c 

a 

CO 

u 


60 

2 
.a 


<v 




u 

CD 
+-» 


0) 

bo 
CO 

a 

c 


o 
H 

CD 

CO 
bo 
<U 

3) 


CO 

Q 

CO 

H 

O 

O 


. Cod Nets 
. Salmon Tr 


01 

o 

s 

w 


5h 



s 

o 
S 


CJ) 

g 

'u 

u 

CD 


CU 
M 

0) 

X 


lue of All F 
uipment $ 


hing Rooms 
i Not in Use 


3 




o 


OJO 


o 


o o 


o 


o 


o 


o 










^ 


H 


«! 


£ 


S £ 


a 


z 


£ 


& 


£ 


> w 


£ - 


K^ 


















1 






110 










15 


1 






13 




8 




1 


1,780 
1,314 
1,313 


5 


290 


.... 






2 






7 




2 


2 




4 


700 


... 












1 




1 




1 


263 














2 




5 

4 




1 




1 
1 


125 
676 


2 
1 


500 
50 


















1 




2 


100 

5 

975 








4 




.... 




13 


4 


5 
1 




52 
3 
3 


1 


40 
2 




10 



16,833 
50 
43 
57 


5 


730 




1 










2 






4 

24 

2 

4 




3 

2 




1 


1,320 

2,250 

270 

400 


2 

21 

4 

3 


350 

1.960 

335 

350 














4 


2 


3 




1 


960 


6 


770 






171 


17 






23 




8 






13,265 


28 


5,250 






27 


4 






9 




9 


1 





3,863 


19 


2,605 








8 




2 


12 




30 






5,700 


40 


3,680 






1,790 


51 


3 




71 




75 


4 


6 


56,847 


63 


52,330 






151 


13 
5 






23 




12 
1 






9,951 
1,805 


7 

2 


135 
65 



bC 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



T;ihh 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



P 



m 



£ 



CO 



< 



H 



ns 

c 
a 
o 
H 



o 



O 



m 

a 
a 
o 
in 



Brighton Island 


43 




12 




Triton West 


57 




13 




Triton East 


33 




9 




Card's Harbour 


19 


1 11 




Jim's Cove 


19 




4 




Winter House Cove 


7 




4 




Lock's Harbour 


5 




1 




Glover's Harbour 


8 




3 




Leading Tickles, W. . . 


45 




31 




Leading Tickles, E. ., . 


12 




3 




Paradise . 


8 




2 




Point Leamington 


22 




15 




S. E. Arm 


21 




3 




Cottrel's Cove 


23 




9 




Moores Cove 


14 


1 


1 




Rowsell's Cove 


2 




1 




Spencer's Cove 


2 








Fleurrie's Bight 


2 








Fortune Harbour 


65 




31 




Waldron's Cove 


8 




4 




Charles Brook 


2 


1 


1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



37 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



60 

a 

o 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



<u 




60 




a 




g 


CO 


o 


a 


E-i 


ctj 






<u 


N 


-t-» 




« 


•0 






CD 


O 


M 




w> 


o 


< 


2 



o 
O 







w 




















<V 






to 




S 




a) 


ft 

CO 


42 


<W 


en 


£ 


01 








H 


s 


Q 


a 


W 


o 

s 

crj 

w 


o 

jjj 

W 


o 

£ 

CO 


60 
G 


60 


o 


o 


o 


C 


o 


Z 


!3 


fc 


fe; 


& 



CD 



a, 
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a 



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cu ft 

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BUILDINGS 



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w 




P 




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p;.a 




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1-3 


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3 
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pl, ri 


> 



22 

24 
25 

18 
1 



15 



20 
20 
17 
14 

3 
13 

3 



62 
16 

2 
15 
19 

9 

2 
2 
2 
20 
2 





18 


I 

H 




23 


1 
1 




24 


1 




15 






15 


1 




2 






1 






3 






14 


2 




2 






2 






3 






4 






7 






1 






2 


1 




1 




1 


58 
6 
2 


8 



2,920 

2,461 

2,500 

2,080 

924 

590 

134 

241 



2| 6,148 
I 

7,825 



687 
1,990 

819 
1,605 
1,690 

300 

300 

75 

6,267 

1,750 

580 



23 

18 

17 

7 

6 

9 

2 

3 

32 

5 



5 
16 

5 
1 
1 
2 
22 
4 
1 



735 

610 

385 

355 

110 

110 

25 

40 

1,110 

125 



160 

480 

245 

50 

50 

55 

612 

215 

30 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


in 

o 
R 

a 


o 
Q 

o 
o 

6 


Si 

CO 

o 
ffl 

o 
o 

s 

1 


w 

u 

<0 

a 
o 
o 

Tj 

CO 

bo 

a 

w 

iS 

d 
2 


0) 
CO 

C 


o> 
a 

o 

o 
si 

CJ 

«j 

3 
< 

6 


01 
t>0 

CO 

C! 
r* 

O 

H 


en 

■s 

CO 

« 

6 

is 


60 

CO 

a 
a 
o 


W 

u 

CO 

o 
o 

CO 
CO 

d 

iz 


0) 

no 

CO 

a 
c 
o 
H 


Grand Falls, Total , 


145 




53 


78 


















Lewisporte 

Salt Pond 

Mason's Cove 


63 

16 

8 

12 

15 

5 

7 

9 

2 

a 




19 
6 
4 
5 
5 
2 
3 
4 
1 
4 


1 
1 


20 
58 














Little Burnt Bay 






Stanhope 


. .. 


i 
I 








i 


Sandy Point 


















I 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



39 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


BUILDINGS 


CO 

*-» 
CO 

O 
« 

& 
<D 
+j 
w 
o> 

i 


0) 

cl 

B 


H 


cu 
tuO 

cO 

o 
Eh 

cu 

+-> 

<S 

eb 

0) 

& 

SCO 


co 

ft 

C8 

H 

t3 
o 
U 

d 


CO 

+-< 
0) 

■a 
o 
O 

d 


co 

ft 
co 

Eh 

CI 
o 

3 

"cO 

w 

d 


^3 

0) 
CI 

o 

s 

"cO 

o" 


CO 

Q 

G 
O 

a 

w 

6 


CO 

Id 

M 
C 
'£ 

W 
d 


CO 

cu 

B 
'3 

to 
a 
T, 

CU 

6 


CO 

0) 

.3 
'53 
w 

a 

CO 

O 

6 


on 
a 
2 

CO 
<H CU 

°B 

CU ft 

5'3 

CO o 1 


0) 

CO 
CO CU 

° B 
bo O 

.HI? 

Pu CO 


«3- 

01 

co 








78 


3 


8 


1 


65 


1 
.... | 49 


2 


9 


15,747 


11 


1,435 








20 


3 


1 
2 

5 


1 


20 
5 
3 
1 
7 
3 
4 
9 
9 
4 




15 
6 
2 
4 
5 
1 
8 
5 
1 
2 


2 


3 

1 

2 
1 

1 
1 


4,354 
973 
522 

1,685 
809 
425 

5,040 
935 
280 
724 








4 
5 
1 

1 












330 






205 






500 










58 


400 







40 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 





V 




w 




(1) 








u 


CD 


o 
Q 






O 

Q 







() 


Q 


s 


d 


o 


£ 


s 



Twillingate, Total . ... . 

Exploits 

Black Island 

Samson's Island 

Michael's Harbour 

Campbellton 

Comfort Cove 

Newstead 

Turtle Creek 

Loon Bay 

Birchy Bay 

Emberley's Pond 

Boyd's Cove 

Beaverton 

Port Albert 

Dog Bay West 

Summerford 

Cottles Island 

Luke's Arm 

Bridgeport 

Hay ward's Cove 

Whales Gulch 

Western Head 

Moreton's Harbour ... 
Wild Cove, Little Harbour 



I 



1,313 

1- 

32 

6 

3 
11 

21 
5 



1 

4 
30 

2 
10 
18 
70 
34 
24 
50 

4 
27 
13 
53 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






to 
o 
cq 

3 
o 

6 
_S_. 

728 



20 
29 
13 
1 
3 
9 
2 

3 

2 

17 
1 
7 
8 

23 

22 

11 

34 
3 

15 

10 

44 



11 



1,407 



58 



15 



78 

62 

26 

101 



381 



c 

a 
Ui 

'A 

< 



a 

a 

o 
_E±. 

298 



15 



CD 
60 

a 

s 

o 
H 



o 



6 



13 



c 
a 
o 

h 



939 



38 



36 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



41 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



BUILDINGS 



VI 

ni 
O 
PQ 

u 

QJ 
+-» 
w 
cu 

6 


a) 
no 

CO 

C 
o 
H 


0) 
60 

CO 

a 
a 
o 
H 

0) 

+j 

CO 
60 
0) 

*H 

60 
60 
< 


P. 

CO 
£h 

H 

T) 
O 

O 

6 


O 
O 

6 


en 

a 

CO 

H 

d 
S 

1 

M 

O 


CD 

55 

C 
o 

s 

"cO 

w 

6 
Z 


-J2 

CD 

Q 

a 

o 

a 
■ — i 

CO 

W 

6 


No. Herring Nets 


w 

cu 

a 
'3 

M 

M 

CD 

d 


W 

.s 

CD 

w 

a 
a 

CO 

u 

d 


Value of All Fishing 
Equipment $ 


Fishing Rooms Used 
and Not in Use 


m 

CD 

3 

r 3 


2 


8 


2,652 


224 


677 


6 


710 




1,071 


51 


62 


270,196 


836 


63,027 






96 


8 


18 




32 




29 


3 


2 


5,715 


36 


1,490 








11 


64 




20 




44 


5 


4 


18,405 


16 


1,820 










3 




7 




23 


9 


1 


2,347 
350 


10 


385 








































24 




22 


1 




870 


11 


215 














7 




11 




1 


1,754 


8 


265 














1 




9 


1 




244 


4 


32 




6 






8 




13 

7 




9 

12 




1 
1 


585 
558 


1 


5 


1 


6 




1 


2 


2 
30 


7 


41 








2 
24 




5 


120 
4,600 


3 

17 


150 






800 




.... 






6 




1 
2 




7 




2 


245 
1,045 


5 






130 










4 




7 




7 






1,008 
10,181 










78 


6 


1 




7 




43 


4 


9 


28 


2,900 






62 


4 


21 




10 




44 


3 


1 


7,916 










26 


2 


8 




11 




27 


4 




6,060 


9 


1,390 






101 


7 


34 




27 




34 


5 




11,405 


28 


3,240 








5 


12 
33 




3 

12 




4 
23 


1 


2 


520 
3,695 


17 






1,335 








2 


37 




4 




15 


1 


1 


1,785 


6 


575 






417 


26 


46 




25 




61 


7 


4 


22,507 


36 


1,570 



42 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


o 


o 

6 
S3 


0) 

o 

p 

o 
o 

g 

6 
S3 


co 
o 
pq 

u 
o 
+j 
o 

d 
S3 


w 

u 
a) 
a 
o 
o 

£ 

o 
M 

bo 

a 
'& 

w 

K 

6 

S3 


CD 
M 

CO 

B 
B 
o 
H 


CU 

B 
o 
o 

•B 

CJ 

w 

< 

d 
S3 


CD 
M 
CO 

a 

a 

O 

E-i 


CO 

En 

a 

CO 

m 
6 


V 

M 

CO 

B 

a 
o 

F-i 


cfl 

l-l 

IV 

CO 

o 

T! 

CO 

fH 
XI 

CO 

d 


M 
CO 

a 

B 

o 

E-i 


Tizzard's Harbour 

Crow Head 


41 
18 
19 




16 
5 
8 

13 

2 

34 

17 

1 
40 
20 
10 

8 

4 
4 
2 
3 

3 

8 


1 

2 
8 
1 
1 

.. 
2 


28 


2 


283 


' 




10 

i 
i 


j 


Wild Cove 






Paradise 


74 

347 

16 

25 




Back Harbour 

North Side 

South Side 

Harts Cove 


43 
8 

65 
6 

28 
6 

78 

35 

17 

10 

3 

8 

6 

19 

16 

6 

4 


601 


Jenkins Cove 

Sandy Cove 




Burnt Island Tickle 








177 




Gillesporte 




Little Harbour 






Purcell's Harbour 












Smooth Cove 






Black Duck Cove 






Kettle Cove 










Manuel's Cove 






Gillard's Cove 






Bluff Head Cove 






Long Point 










Hillier's Cove 






Wild Cove Road 






Ragged Point 


18 












i 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



43 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 

m 



o 





01 




BO 




CO 




a 




CI 




o 




tH 




CO 












BO 


CO 




CI 




£ 


bo 


o 


bo 


-__.IH_ 


_<_. 


1 '". 


28 



U 

6 



74 
1,231 

16 
25 



177 



2 

9 

53 



o 
U 







w 




















<D 






M 




£ 




fi 


P. 


w 




C/l 


R 






*W 






£ 


CD 


5h 

n 


£ 


0) 


c 
o 

£ 

"cO 

w 


c 

o 

S 

r 3 
m 


c 

o 

a 


BO 


bo 

X 


6 


o 





O 


o 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


K 



41 
49 
16 

78 

1 

13 



36 
12 
13 
12 



18 



23 

77 



57 

1 

31 

1 

12 

5 



12 
9 
5 
8 
1 
3 
4 
15 
28 



16 



0) 



ft 

a 
U 

d 



38 


5 


32 




20 


1 


27 




1 




25 


2 


3 




27 


1 


4 




2 




47 




28 


1 


30 


1 


18 





1 

5 
6 

11 
10 

7 
2 



12 



g 

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M 01 
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6,644 
5,972 
2,674 



30 
36 

14 1 



5,714 




4,050 


6! 

i 


52,802 


26 


381 


6 


5,222 


15 


270 


3 


254 


6 


11,933 


57 


4,938 


34 


4,536 


19 


2,256 


9 


80 


2 


810 


3 


710 


5 


1,016 


6 


1,438 


6 


640 


11 


128 


1 




1 




26 


2,535 


4 



3 

> 



1,935 
1,081 
1,005 



335 

1,275 

436 

1,475 

65 

235 

2,837 

2,015 

755 

860 

150 

280 

250 

380 

360 

322 

60 

80 

1,179 

127 



44 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Robbin's Cove 

Chanceport 

Bridger's Cove 

Carter's Cove 

Virgin's Arm 

Fairbank ■ 

Tilt Cove 

Salt Pans 

Seal Cove 

Burnt Cove 

Trump Island 

Indian Cove 

Lobster Harbour 

Merritt's Harbour ... 
Salt Harbour Island 

Bacalao 

Sunnyside 

Ship Island 

Too Good Arm 

Green's Cove 

Pike's Arm 

Cobb's Arm 

Hatchet Harbour 

Black Island 





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9 
4 

18 

25 

12 

13 

17 

6 

13 

5 

9 

2 

25 

67 



28 
29 
28 
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Census of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1935 



45 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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2 






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8 


2 




110 


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74 


2 
4 
1 
4 






59 


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13 
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2 



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67 

6 

15 

7 

4 



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11 

2 

10 

8 

18 

10 

14 

6 

9 

1 

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23 

36 

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13 
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202 

902 

955 

1,535 

1,990 

2,420 

800 

655 

215 

1,335 

395 

2,655 

9,380 

8,190 
6,940 
3,530 
1,295 
4,750 
2,540 
1,850 
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5 


520 


2 


80 


8 


545 


12 


435 


8 


785 


8 


870 


11 


1,195 


4 


360 


8 


800 


4 


325 


7 


810 


2 


300 


18 


1,935 


43 


4,340 


16 


1,910 


19 


3,430 


21 


1,748 


9 


685 


30 


2,245 


19 


1,435 


4 


650 


7 


795 



46 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



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CO 
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m 

Sh 
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Change Islands .. 

Indian Island 

Stag Harbour 

Little Seldom 

Seldom Come By . 

Wild Cove 

Cape Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Tilting 

Sandy Cove 

Little Fogo Island 
Joe Batt's Arm .. 
Barr'd Islands ... . 
Island Harbour ... 

Hare Bay 

Fogo 

Lock's Cove 

Eastern Tickle . . 
Lion's Den . . 

Horwocd 

Island Cove 

Two Mile Point „ . 
Timm's Harbour . 
Rodger's Cove .. .. 



I 
1,076| | 769J 50 



10 

36 

5 

1 

1 

14 

14 

1 

124 

8 

10 

203 

129 

37 

38 

114 

9 

14 

10 



11 

44 
3 
4 

24 
3 
4 
1 

45 
3 

4 

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41 

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6 

2 

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1,374 



579 
60 
20 



401 



10 



191 

12 



230 



40 



85 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






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£ 


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£ 


£ 


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£ 


£ 


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1 
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1,604 


530 


1,884 


3 


328 


6 


883 


3 


119 


301,117 


837 


83,089 


... | 


579 


92 


260 




84 


1 


207 




29 


47,074 


157 


12,324 


1 

... | ... 

1 


60 


71 


7 




4 










15,278 


50 


3,805 


.... 1 
j 
■■■■ 1 


20 


11 

10 






6 


1 








1,970 
2,230 


14 
6 


1,000 
570 






40 


28 






15 




6 




1 


12,475 


31 


4,120 








9 


1 
13 




14 
21 




2 
6 






1,851 
1,260 


11 
5 


945 
300 








10 


3 

305 








1 
41 




4 


350 
20,739 


69 




- 


8,470 






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27 








6 






1,241 
1,025 


7 
4 


1,555 
280 






125 


53 


468 


1 






135 




5 


46,288 


101 


7,545 









23 


253 




2 




118 




11 


23,686 


55 


3,405 







10 


5 


13 




8 




25 




1 


4,969 


27 


2,280 








6 


20 




20 




20 




4 


3,185 


14 


620 






191 


43 


331 




22 


2 


142 




3 


37,709 


116 


15,765 






12 


5 

7 


14 

43 








4 
15 






1,250 
5,905 


4 
3 


280 
2,010 










4 


20 




1 




7 




1 


2,410 


9 


740 










1 
6 


1 


4 
1 




11 
8 






443 
722 


2 
4 


45 






320 










2 








1 

± 

1 






55 
99 
26 










4 








2 


55 















IS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats an. I 



SETTLEMENTS 



Victoria Cove 

Clarke's Head 

South Side, Gander Bay 

Main Point 

Mann Point 

Beaver Cove 

Frederickton 

Noggin Cove 

Carmanville 

Aspen Cove 

Ladle Cove 

Ragged Harbour 

Musgrave Harbour 

Doting Cove 

Offer Wadhams 

Peckford's Island . 

Penguin Island 

Anchor Brook 

Deadman's Bay 

Lumsden North 

Lumsden South 



o 
P 



£ 



23 

14 

15 

6 

55 

68 

1 

1 



66 
34 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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a 
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W 

o 



4 
40 
48 



4 
30 
16 



w 



10 


1 
2 


1 




1 




4 


2 


5 


3 


28 


4 


12 




21 





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42! 
181 



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40 



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:ENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



49 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


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a 

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01 
M 

CO 

a 


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BO 
CD 


ft 

CO 

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CD 

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c 
o 


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w 


a 

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in 

60 

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fa 

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o 


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co a 1 


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cd 


fc 


H 


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£ 


Z 


£ 


s 


E 


a 


& 


£ 


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fa cd 


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46 


2 


18 




10 
30 




21 
6 




7 


3,942 
528 


11 


811 














17 




3 






177 


















6 




7 






594 


2 


130 












2 




9 
4 




8 
1 






368 

79 










39 


1 


3 




6 




2 






1,054 


6 


110 






42 


7 






1 




1 




1 


2,883 


15 


730 






181 


11 


6 




10 




10 




3 


8,299 


29 


1,680 








2 


2 








3 




1 


2,780 


16 


735 








14 


8 




10 




11 




1 


5,335 


30 


1,460 








2 






3 




3 






670 


8 


360 






215 


23 


4 




8 


1 


12 


1 


11 


13,915 


50 


2,974 






44 


28 






2 




23 
1 
1 


1 


8 


12,325 

2 

50 


71 


3,265 














1 

2 
40 
20 








1 








100 
25 


1 


85 
















9 
22 
23 


1 


5 

1 




1 

10 

2 


1 


2 
15 
11 


785 
8,675 
6,241 


3 
35 
18 


85 






1,960 






2,270 









50 



CEUSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


a 

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Q 

o 


w 
o> 

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o 
Q 

u 
o 

-M 

o 


w 

o 
PQ 

u 
o 

o 


Sh 
SJ 

n 

o 
o 

CJ 

w 

W) 

a 

w 

E 


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y 
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ho 

CO 

C 


w 
M 

a 

CO 

m 


0) 

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o 
Eh 


w 

S-i 

o 

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as 
o 

U 

In 
O 
73 

a 
u 
& 
a 


V 
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a 
a 
a 
o 
Eh 




o 


o 


o 


o 


o 
H 


o 


o 
H 


o 


o 


Bonavista North, Total . 


1,214 


2 


660 


81 


4,358 


14 


589 






431 2,659 


Cape Freels 


41 




19 




















19 




14 


















Pinchard's Island 


59 




25 


4 


312 














Newtown 


98 




40 


6 


347 


4 


59 










Templeman 


35 




12 






1 


19 












40 
116 




8 
61 


2 


89 


2 


109 










Wesleyville 




9 


810 




24 
58 




26 
31 














7 
5 


432 


Badger's Quay 




221 


Cross Cove 


3 




1 
5 


1 












1 


40 


South West Island 






Tinkers Island 


34 






Pool's Island 


12 




Valleyfield 


51 




26 






3 


126 






5 


282 


North West Arm 


15 




5 

26 
9 
4 
3 

1 


7 
1 




2 


225 










South West Arm 








Safe Harbour 


139 
35 
11 


370 




Port Nelson 










Shambler's Cove 


22 
















Sydney Cove 








North West Arm (In. B.) 








Round Harbour 






7 


2 


78 














Trinity (B.B.) 






10 


4 


232 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



51 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



a! 
O 
M 






VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC 





a> 






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CO 


w 




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ft 




H 


co 

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W 


CO 

Sh 
H 




B 


B 


o 


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s 


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£ 


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277 



10 



61 



535,583 



630 



58,316 



312 

402 

15 

89 

919 

432 

226 

40 



12 
408 



595 



22 



78 
232 



20 
10 
19 
43 
14 

7 
68 
33 
19 

1 



24 
2 



91 
63 
157 
92 
28 
12 



22 
10 



30 



16 



5 
25 
35 
17 

8 
35 

8 
13 



4,987 

4,407 

14,057 

27,055 

3,205 

9,242 

70,360 

32,430 

14,037 

1,135 



987 

18,225 

1,117 



27,603 
1,899 
1,065 
1,230 

300 

8,300 

23,670 



20 

13 

26 

46 

26 

29 

18 

3 

12 

1 

1 

6 

5 

9 

5 

1 

10 

6 



1,275 
945 

2,080 

2,935 
735 

1,360 

2,490 
150 
750 
20 
50 
112 
139 

1,449 
260 
400 
815 

1,200 
405 
500 
640 



800 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABKADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 







VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


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o 


o 

d 


CD 

O 
P 

d 
% 
% 

6 


w 

CO 
o 

PQ 

o 
o 

d 

10 
9 

38 
9 
7 

18 

6 
6 
1 
2 
6 
7 

10 
2 
7 
3 
2 
2 

10 
5 
5 

14 

16 


u 

CO 

O 
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DO 

a 

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1 

7 
2 
2 

7 

3 

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6 


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6 


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73 

CO 

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Wellington (Shoal Bay) 
Hare Bay 


11 

130 

13 

3 
2 

5 

4 
10 

16 

4 

18 

6 

5 

11 

32 

20 

7 

31 

18 


2 


12 
300 

90 
116 
392 










1 
4 

2 

2 




Greenspond 




Ship's Island 




Silver Fox Island 




Fair Island 






Wareham 




Paul's Island 

Middle Brook 


180 




Dark Cove .. 






Gambo 










Saunder's Cove 








65 


Glovertown North 




1 






29 


Angle Brook 




1 


45 








Glovertown Centre 




74 


Glovertown South 






Troytown 




100 


Cull's Harbour 






Rosed£.le ' 






Burnt Island 






Bragg's Island 


123 




Green's Island 

Gooseberry Island ... 










250 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



53 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


3 




CD 

60 

C3 






a 


w 


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CU 


W 


CD 


CO 

cu 


60 

B 


73 

CU 
w 




o 














<w 














1 




O 

H 
cu 


ft 

C3 

u 
H 


xn 


u 
Eh 

a 

o 


o 


Q 
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OB 




01 

m 

ho 


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w 0> 




w 


a 

a 


so 

cu 


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o 
O 






s 

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w 


Eh 
0) 


cu 

X 


ft 

ca 
U 


cu a 
5 '3 


CU 

3 


o 


o 


60 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


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£ 


tn 


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£ 


s 


15 


£ 


£ 


K 


£ 


fen 


i>fcl 


h si 


> 









l 






2 .... 


4 




1 
1 


1,420 


1 


120 






12 


l 






6 




1 






3,460 


2 


550 






300 


12 


78 




25 




12 




1 


25,522 


23 


2,120 






90 


4 


3 




7 




4 




1 


5,623 


4 


1,130 






116 


6 






8 











11,550 


4 


500 






392 


22 

















25,300 


13 


915 








9 


















1 
4 


200 




180 




17,020 


425 


















1 






906 
165 










1 










2 
4 




1 


1 
3 










1 


695 
3,425 


1 






65 


100 






290 


10 
















12,082 


3 


550 






119 


5 
2 


3 




1 
3 




7 




2 




8,409 
690 


2 


400 






100 


1 






2 
5 
1 




2 




1 
1 
1 


4,970 
290 
470 


1 


300 












32 




11 


6 
22 




1 
6 




2 
5 







305 
10,230 


7 
45 


281 


1 


155 


1,910 


3 


54 


1 

54 


2 


34 














2,870 


20 


960 




5 
9 
9 


16 
29 








4 
2 


2 

l 




1 
4 


880 

3,640 

11,390 


11 
50 

27 


510 






12 
1 


1,310 




250 


1,710 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 












S-l 












w 












OJ 

d 
o 




u 








to 




SETTLEMENTS 






to 


a 




C 
o 
o 

a 
W 








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OJ 

o 
A 


Q 

u 
o 


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m 

o 


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c 


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to 

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o 


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o 


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o 


o 




£ 


£ 


£ 


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H 


IS 


H 


& 


H 


£ 


H 


Hayward's Cove 


6 




1 


















Dock Cove .. . 


6 

10 




3 

14 


5 
















Shalloway Cove 


258 




Penny's Cove 























Coward's Island 


37 
18 
84 




23 
15 
46 


5 
3 

7 


340 
157 
451 














North Island 




Flat Island 




Burnside 


13 
4 
6 
4 




14 
3 
4 
9 


4 




1 


14 






4 
1 
2 


198 


St. Chad's 




85 


Hermit Cove 




62 


Clay Cove 


227 




Benton 































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



55 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESS 


ELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 




BUILDINGS 


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O 




60 

CO 






co 

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C3 


w 




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CO 

CJ 


co 

CL> 


g 

co 


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m 




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ft 


co 


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£ 


a 

a 
o 

S 

n 


£ 


0) 

i/3 


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E 


CO CD 




is 


CO 

a 


H 

Q) 

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bo 
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Si 


CO 
u 

o 


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O 


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S 

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W 


o 
S 

w 


M 

g I 

CD 


a 


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a 
a 

CO 

u 


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to 


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o 


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__<_. 


(5_ 


£ 


a 


_£_ 


J5_ 


__g_ 


X_ 


£_ 


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____ > 








2 










1 






1,290 


2 


120 








2 
















750 


2 


400 






258 


16 






4 






1 


1 


16,200 


15 


460 
























2 


200 






340 


18 








25 




8 




1 


17,850 


30 


9,015 






157 


10 


31 




11 




4 




2 


12,680 


25 


3,130 






451 


40 


28 


1 


117 




28 




2 


28,615 


68 


8,005 






212 


12 




1 


28 




3 




2 


17,880 


8 


2,325 






85 


3 














| 8,110 


1 


600 






62 


5 














1 

| 4,225 


1 


40 






227 


11 






1 








1 


9,450 


9 


500 

















56 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR 


, ETC. 








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in 
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O 


o 
pq 

o 


to 

BO 
C 

ci 


CD 


CJ 

w 


0) 


fi 
to 
pq 


CD 


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o 

CO 




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< 


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fi 


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fi 




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o 


o 


o 




o 


& 


£ 


£ 


& 


E-i 


£ 


H 


£ 


H 


£ 



Bonavista South, Total . 

Terra Nova 

Eastport 

Bishop's Harbour 

Salvage 

Sandy Cove 

Happy Adventure ] 

i 
Charlottetown 

Port Blandford 

Bunyan's Cove 

Canning's Cove 

Musgravetown 

Bloomfield 

Lethbridge 

Brooklyn 

Portland 

Jamestown 

Winter Brook 

Sweet Bay 

Charleston 

Southern Bay 

Princeton 

Long Beach I 

Summerville | 

I 
Plate Cove West | 



1,036 



23 

7 
14 

2 
20 

2 
44 

3 

5 
04 
38 
30 
17 
22 
31 
15 
22 
21 
39 
19 
10 
70 



594| 23 1,09: 

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11 

I 

15| 

I 
12j 

23 

16 

15 
21 
7 
21 
11 
41 



14 


1 


13 




9 




12 


1 


11 




11 


3 


7 


3 


5 


1 


10 


2 


5 








29 


4 


7 


2 



101| 



119 

li 120 



50 

83 

103 
50 
78 



245 
73 



255 



16 



1 90 



15 



CD 
M 

CO 
fi 
fi 
o 
H 



804 



3 179 

i 

3| 157 

51 275 

31 166 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



57 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 





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60 




to 




o 




H 




0) 


bo 
ns 


CO 
60 


a 


tn 


a 


ho 


O 


hO 


H 


< 




2,151 



CO 



XI 
o 
U 

o 



302 



179 
157 
275 
166 

117 



119 
120 



90 
50 



83 

108 

50 

78 



245 

73 



3 
14 
14 

9 
11 

1 



3 
5 
3 
3 

17 
6 



CD 



o 



■s 

is 

a 

o 

I 

"cO 
03 

o 



216 210 835 



25 

23 

15 

6 

27 

2 

9 

3 

4 

18 

11 

15 

2 



9 
5 
6 
4 
14 
24 



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CD 
It 




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42 




HI 


n 


z 


a 


B0 

a 


u 




a 


tJ 


CO 


cu 

w 


o 


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1? 


£ 


51 


336 



1 

5 
6 
5 

12 
1 

13 
9 
4 
32 
13 
11 
12 
20 
18 



11 
8 

7 

5 

20 

3 



56 



g 

«3 
<u a 

co c 



283,878 



150 

19,485 

7,860 

17,625 

23,385 

12,115 

3,550 

2,692 

3,258 

679 

10,007 

8,207 

1,997 

1,852 

4,789 

2,220 

5,690 

5,452 

3,073 

7,505 

2,451 

1,170 

20,149 

9,171 



BUILDINGS 



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CO 




£ 




w at 








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313 


CD 
3 




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CO 


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64; 



3 

6 

8 

20 

10 

5 
35 
15 



52,93-j 



1,150 
140 

1,225 
500 

2,000 



100 



550 

335 

380 

170 

380 

3,147 

1,105 

300 

1,715 

1,325 



58 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 







VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 










1 


w 












m 
























U 












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W 








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w 






c 








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SETTLEMENTS 




M 


as 






Q 








s 






'S 
o 

a 


O 
Q 


o 

W 

o 


W 

BO 
g 
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0) 


CJ 

W 


<u 


u 
<u 

a 

CO 

i w 


<D 


u 
o 

a 


CI 






u 


o 


Vj 


BO 




M 


B0 




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s 


fc 




< 


re 


a 


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a 












a 




C 




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C. 








c 


o 


o 


( 1 




& 


£ 


£ 


z 


E-" 


£ 


P 


1 Eh 


2; 


E< 


Plate Cove East 


46 
24 
20 




7 

7 

18 


1 


1 


1 


130 










Open Hall 






Red Cliffe 


.25 




Tickle Cove 


19 




11 


















Keels 


22 




28 


















Broad Cove 


7 
24 




12 

1 

8 


1 
















King's Cove 


40 




Knight's Cove 


20 




9 


















Hodderville 


1 




2 






1 




1 








Stock Cove 


9 




5 
3 










:. 








Upper Amherst Cove 






Middle Amherst Cove . ... 






3 

1 
25 

128 


1 
... 1 












1 

! 

i 




Lower Amherst Cove 








Newman's Cove 


1 
| 


1 


1 

1 


19] .... 




i 
Bonavista Town 


1 
283 




f 
I 2 


■ 


27 


Birchy Cove 






9 










l 
i 








| 




| 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



59 



Gear, etc, by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



BUILDINGS 



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co 
o 
PQ 

g 

CD 
CD 

d 


o 

BO 

CO 

a 
d 
o' 
H 


a) 

bo 

CO 

o 
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<1) 

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CO 
50 
<U 

ho 

SO 
<| 


ft 

CO 

M 

H 
O 
1 


a! 

T3 

O 

O 
d 


co 

a. 

CO 

o 

W 

1 


co 

<1) 

cd 
o 

S 

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CO 

o 


co 
S3 



c 
o 

| 

to 

d 


CO 

% 

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a 

u 
*-< 
<u 

X 

i 


co 

CD 

a 
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w 

bo 

a 

0) 
K 

d 


CO 

CD 

g 
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to 

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a 

CO 

o 

d 


Value of All Fishing 
Equipment $ 


Fishing Rooms Used 
and Not in Use 


Vi 

CD 
3 

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> 








4 
8 

15 
2 

18 
7 
7 
8 
1 
4 
6 

5 

9 

96 

3 


1 
26 
17 
23 
58 
59 
9 
4 

2 

3 
2 


5 
3 
11 
6 
5 
2 

3 

31 
5 

11 
48 
66 
1? 


50 
56 
56 
52 
36 
18 
6 
11 


1 

1 


4 

14 

10 

15 

8 

3 

5 




1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
8 


3,321 
2,989 

12,490 
3,915 
7,615 
5,203 
2,209 
2,209 
165 
1,216 
2,955 
580 
1,350 
8,764 

56,660 
2,705 


34 
27 
14 
21 
45 
16 
13 
17 
1 
9 

18 
2 
4 


1,183 






703 




155 


1,060 
685 






1,616 








700 




40 


490 
945 








5 






3 
49 
16 
15 
78 
132 
14 


1 

2 


730 






875 






190 






1 
14 
32 

7 


| 975 






45] 3,385 




46 


I 
234| 24,045 
1 
10| 825 























60 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Trinity North, Total 
St. Jones Without .. 

Butter Cove 

Gooseberry Cove 

South Port .... 

Little Harbour 

Little Heart's Ease 

House Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Hodge's Cove 

Island Cove 

Long Beach 

Queen's Cove 

Black Brook 

North West Brook .. 

Ivany's Cove 

Dark Hole 

Hillview 

Hatchet Cove 

St. Jones Within ... 

Loreburn 

Hickman's Harbour 

Inglewood 

Adeyton 

Deep Bight 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 

p 



o 



349 



11 



11 



re 
o 
« 



o 
S3 



M 

a 

a 
o 
H 



712 



2 
1 

12 
4 

17 
1 
4 
6 
4 

17 



57 



28 



2 
13 

5 
8 

1 
16 

1 
4 
4 



2 

1! 



2,901 



170 



68 
69 



52 



v 
S 
o 
o 



•A 
< 

6 



re 



a; 




X 

C 
a 

m 


BO 
01 

a 




a 


o 


o 


z 


H 



532| 



2401 1 



180 



o 

T3 

a 

u 

Si 

re 



m 
re 

a 

a 

o 



I 
14 715 



60 
34 

109 



222 



173 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



61 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



BUILDINGS 



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M 


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6 


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M) 

a 

O 


0) 

w> 

CO 

o 

H 

a) 

+-> 

bo 

a) 
f-i 
Mi 
Ml 
< 


ft 

CO 
Sh 

B 

o 
U 

6 
55 


w 

+j 
01 

15 

O 

U 

d 
55 


ft 

CO 

u 
En 

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o 

jj 

"cO 

w 

d 

55 


-E2 

r 
o 

CO 

o 
55 


a! 
55 

"S-l 

P 

o 

s 

"cO 

w 

6 
55 


CD 

55 

M 
R 

'C 
<u 
W 

d 
55 


a) 

r 
'8 
w 

M 
0> 

w 

d 
55 


01 

'3 

c 
ft 

CO 

U 

d 
55 


R 

2 
S 

°a 

01 ft 
CO o> 


T3 

4) 
w 

P 

M O) 

is 

° R 
M o 

.a 55 

fa CO 


01 

d 
Iff 

> 


1 


27 
1 


4,175 


46: 


27g 


21 


073 


6 


631 


38 


80 


398,386 


828 


60,441 






1 
28 


8 




1? 


7 




9 


2 




2,635 








....... 




6 

10 






1 




3 






750 

100 

9,260 


12 
17 
17 


402 




1 




1,545 




60 




1 


16 


1,270 






34 


3 










3 






2,702 


6 


90 






279 


15 










3 


2 


1 
2 


26,419 

70 

1,350 


20 

4 

10 


505 






125 






3 


450 






68 


5 










3 




2 


7,060 


16 


470 






69 
282 


3 

■ 17 


15 








1 

10 


1 




. 4 


8,550 
12,270 


10 
4 
6 


562 






300 






230 


























3 


20 






173 


8 


1 

16 








1 

5 
4 


2 
1 


4 
1 


285 

16,080 

1,405 


2 

12 

3 


35 






1,160 






90 






52 
420 


12 
7 










13 

1 

3£ 


3 


3 
4 

1 

2 


6,175 
325 
19,343 
150 
510 
570 


32 

5 

22 

1 


1,190 








260 




3 


1,635 












E 












100 













62 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1937 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



« 



w 




Jh 




<JJ 




P 




o 




o 




£ 




V 




U) 




on 




a 








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1) 


w 


t>0 


fa 


re 




C 


O 


o 


£ 


H 



01 

o 
o 



< 
6 



CD 
bo 

CO 



a 
M 
CO 

d 
c 

o 
H 



o 
•a 

a 
u 
£i 
a 

d 



cu 

to 

H 

a 
c 
o 
h 



Lady Cove 

Foster's Point 

Elliott's Cove 

Goobie's Siding 

Northern Bight 

Shoal Harbour 

Clarenville 

Random Head Harbour . 

Deer Harbour 

Thoroughfare 

Lower Lance Cove ... .... 

Britannia 

Petley 

Aspen Cove 

Apsey Brook 

Snook's Harbour 

Milton 

George's Brook 

Brickyard 

Harcourt 

Somerset 

White Rock 

Gin Cove 

Monroe 

Waterville 



7 
11 

1 
22 

9 
12 

5 

7 



97 



43 



46 
20 



138 



54 



100 
106 



CENSUS O'F NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



63 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



a 
o 

m 

s 



0) 

eo 

CO 

p 
a 
o 
H 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



CO 

CO 
p 
p 

o 



bJO 

< 











CO 














+J 














<U 










tn 




V A 




M 






a 


w 




CO 


Pi 














VI 

& 


VI 


In 


0) 


'u 
Q 


£ 


J" 

in 






o 


o 


ri 




ho 

P 


T3 


T3 


d 


a 


s 




u 
s* 


o 


O 






nj 


<u 


CO 


o 


U 


W 


w 


M 


« 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


6 


& 


£ 


a 


£ 


13 


& 


£ 



0) 

53 



a 

CO 

u 

d 
13 



97 



43 



46 
101 



1001 
160 



6 
6 
2 
20 
13 
1 

9 
1 
1 

9 

I 



2 
1 

26 



ho 
P 



3-3 



4,630 

1,120 

410 



1,245 

1,560 

300 

7,650 

1,090 

1,030 

3,450 

12,660 

105 

210 

700 

1,250 

8,845 

1,180 

580 

930 

6,890 

9,570 

550 



BUILDINGS 



V 
w 

13 

c/> <D 



° P 

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fe CO 



2 

1 

26 
9 

12 
3 
8 



CO 

> 



450 
115 



40 



140 
10 
660 
155 
171 
25 
121 



90 



120 

20 
55 

20 



G4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
P 



o 



J3 
ni 

o 

m 



o o 



01) 
CO 



£ 



y. 
a 

< 

6 



■oh 

a 

a 
a 
o 

H 



£ 



on 

a 
a 
s 
o 
H 



o 

"C 
CO 

CO 

6 



•on 
a 
a 

c 
o 

EH 



Tythe's Cove 

Otter's Cove 

Clifton 

New Burn Cove 

Burgoyne's Cove ... 

Little Harbour 

Pope's Harbour 

Delby's Cove 

Ivanhoe 

Troytown 

Ireland's Eye 

Black Duck Cove ... 
British Harbour ... ... 

Ker ley's Harbour ... 

White Point 

George's Cove 

New Bonaventure 

Cat Cove 

Old Bonaventure 
Spaniard's Cove .... 

Trouty 

Goose Cove 

Fort Point, Trinity 

Trinity 

Lockston 







7 
6 

5 
14 

6 
22 

4 
12 

9 

2 

i 

5 
13 

2 
14 

22 



13 



30 



75 



97 

27 

39 



72 



176 



20 



97 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. 1935 



65 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



cd 
o 

cq 



o 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



■on 

CO 

a 
a 
o 



00 
CO 



o 
H 



CO 
bC 

0) 

■on 
oo 

< 



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CO 



13 
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6 



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o 

a 

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c 


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w 


0) 


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£ 


& 



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VI 



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Si 2* 

5 '3 

CO o 1 



BUILDINGS 



is 

CD 

CO 

t> 

m 0) 

g^ 

O C 

00 o 
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CO 

> 



27 



30 



102 



97 

27 



39 



72 



293 



2 
14 

11 
16 



10 



5 

14 
10 
27 

6 

6 
30 

6 

7 
16 

2 
18 

1 
21 



20 



680 

275 

563 

1 2,490 



820 
1,309 

860 
10,078 

474 
1,156 
6,610 
1,655 

235 
3,070 

265 

3,954 

8 

2,177 



13,005 



3 

1 

3 

14 

5 

15 

9 

24 
6 

27 

18 
5 
6 

14 
2 

21 
2 

21 
5 

13 
1 



30 

10 

40 

674 



590 

1,245 

470 

2.740 

580 

4,515 

3,910 

340 

330 

840 

150 

1,091 

80 

813 

165 

2,705 

10 



66 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 




VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 










u 

a 




w 








u 




SETTLEMENTS 






$ 

to 


o 
o 
A 

o 




O 








to 
p 








o 

Q 

U 


o 
ffl 






J3 

o 
CO 




U 

0> 




o 






Q 


O 


O 


n 


<u 


kV 


a; 


r*4 


0) 


^ 


0) 






O 


O 


w 


w> 


■3 


M 




W> 




w> 




o 


S 


s 


(XH 


to 


< 


to 
S3 
S3 


ffl 


to 

a 
a 


J 


to 
s 

s 




o 


o 


o 


<) 




O 


O 


6 


o 


d 







is 


is 


• is 


is 


Eh 


£ 


H 


'A 


H 


is 


H 


Trinity East 


48 




17 


4 


270 














Port Rexton 


70 




23 


5 


244 














Champney's West 


36 




19 


1 


7 
















11 




7 


















Champney's East 


25 




16 


1 


35 














English Harbour 


61 




21 


















Horse Chops 


1 




2 


1 


49 














Melrose 


6 




22 
18 


2 
















Port Union 


179 






5 




20 


3 


161 


1 


45 






1 


20 








15 


















Little Catalina 


46 




25 


5 


415 














Maberly .. 






6 


















Neck 






7 


















Sandy Cove 






2 






















35 


















Spillar's Cove 

Villa Verte 






17 






















3 






















1 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



67 



Gear, etc!, by Districts and Settlements 



CO 

o 
pq 



o 



■al) 

OS 

a 
a 
o 
H 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



0) 
tuO 



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CO 

bo 
0) 

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bo 

< 



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cfl 


u 
H 


<U 


"0 


t3 


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6 


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& 


£ 



Q 



GO 

O 



CD 

M 

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bs 

2 



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d 



CD 
g 

Eh 

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<M CD 

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33 

P> W 



BUILDINGS 



T3 
OJ 
w 

W QJ 

oi- 1 

M o 
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■j-i C 

P4 CS 



270 
244 

7 



35 



49 



179 
226 



415 



25 

29 

14 

5 

11 

17 

2 

10 

8 

17 

14 

30 

3 

3 

1 

11 

6 

2 



4 

15 
10 

1 
15 
43 



101 

65 

6 

27 
21 



43 



4 
19 
23 

4 
18 
51 

1 
14 

3 
11 

6 
13 

2 

6 

1 
14 

G 



25,634 

23,197 

3,651 

2,478 

7,185 

6,342 

1,600 

6,436 

12,472 

16,399 

3,872 

35,315 

3,415 

2,470 

1,005 

46 

4,045 

770 



22 
40 
23 
9 
28 
11 



18 

12 

20 

18 

34 

9 

6 

3 

46 

13 



1,995 

950 

688 

265 

1,538 

3,308 

2,280 
915 
1,135 
1,540 
1,605 
3,300 
1,445 
800 
5,910 
1,013 



68 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats sind 



SETTLEMENTS 



Trinity South ... 

Sunnyside 

Rantem 

Chance Cove 

Bellevue 

Thornlea 

Long's Cove 

Norman's Cove .. 

Chapel Arm 

Little Ridge 

Spread Eagle .... 

Old Shop 

Dildo 

New Harbour 

Green's Harbour.. 

Whiteway 

Cavendish 

Islington 

Heart's Delight ... 
Heart's Desire ... 
Heart's Content .. 

New Perlican 

Turk's Cove 

Winterton 

New Chelsea 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



798 



51 

3 

42 

18 

7 

11 

25 

11 

6 

3 

5 

74 

47 

89 

19 

17 

20 

52 



03 
O 
ffl 

Sh 
O 

o 



o 



74 290 



76 

13 

111 

14 



10 



14 

22 

9 

3 

11 

6 

2 

2 

4 

9 

14 

28 

7 

5 

8 

13 
7 



14 



18 



60 



O 



a 
o 
o 
A 
u 

X 

< 
6 



704 



60 



81 



66 
81 



28 
25 



to 



o 



245 



20 



35 

152 



38 



CD 
60 
Cfl 

c 

C 
o 
H 



CO 

O 



o 

T3 
CO 
U 

a 

6 
£5 



CD 
60 
CO 
C 

c 
o 
H 



242 



80 



39 



123 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



69 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


, BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

"5 
o 

m 
a 

u 
<u 




o 
CO 

a 
b 
o 
E-i 

D 


co 

ft 

CO 

u 
EH 


CO 

-♦-> 
OJ 


CO 
ft 
CO 
!h 
H 

a 

o 


CO 

a 
o 


CO 

a) 



CO 

+-> 

CU 

c 


CO 
CU 

B 

'3 
m 

BO 
B 


CO 

CU 

a 
"53 
72 

a 


All Fishing 
nt $ 


T3 
% 

CO CJ 

° B 

BO "6 




co 

CU 


S) 

to 


CO 

OJ 


"8 
O 


T3 

O 

O 


72 


S 

72 


5 

i — i 

CO 


u 
u 

CU 


u 
<u 

X 


a 

CO 

o 


=M CU 

° a 

0) ft 

53 


a) 




a 


BO 


















■S'c 




o 


o 


b» 


o 


o 


o 


o 


£ 1 


o 


o 


o 


co a 1 


■- s 


CO 


£ 


H 


< 


£ 


£ 


& 


s 


1? 1 


S3 


£ 


£ 


>H 


fe CO 


> 


15 


i 
118 


1,309 


318 

1 


246 


85 


269 


2 


261 


9 


43 


193,222 


1 

792 


45,936 


1 
1 


24 


164 


1 
10 


146 


2 


10 




29 




3 


15,602 


37 


1,951 




21 




21 


5 
61 


26 




1 


1 
10 


1 


2 


120 
9,678 


3 
34 


25 


1 


60 


11 


823 






20 


28 


1 


3 


6 




8 






14,405 


21 


4,085 








11 




4 


1 




6 






2,748 


8 


335 








9 


2 




4 




1 






1,375 


8 


370 




., 


81 


22 


13 


1 


3 




3 


1 


2 


8,275 


18 


1,210 








8 
5 
3 

2 

7 

19 


5 

1 

1 


2 

1 
10 

1 


3 
3 


1 


4 
4 

1 
14 
14 


2 


2 
5 


1,655 

1,100 

800 

950 

5,384 

| 10,084 


8 
2 

8 
39 

45 


1,170 






110 












2 
18 

1 


350 






2,045 




66 


2,240 


12 


63 


144 


37 


5 


10 


6 




35 


3 


o 


1 20,203 


53 


| 4,685 








14 




3 


1 




10 






| 3,023 


16 


i 1,330 

j 








4 




3 


2 










1 1,807 


13 


1,370 








8 




1 










.. 


J 2,337 


1C 


325 






91 


12 


4 


1 






2 


1 


3 


1 8,917 


32 


1,910 








9 




1 


1 




2 






2.61C 


12 


730 


1 


10 


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7 




9 


2 




3 




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5,48E 


5C 


2,925 






275 


6 




2 






21 
2 


1 


t 


19,08E 

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1 


5H 
t 12 


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260 






66 


7 




5 


£ 




22 




1( 


) 14,44' 


t 15; 


! -1,625 






25 


1C 








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12 




j 


L| 4,00' 

L 


1 1j 


I 510 



70 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 







Table 11. Fisheries: 


Vessels, 


Boats and 




VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 








w 










I 


« 






















i 


u 








0J 


& 


o 
o 

r, 












a 





SETTLEMENTS 


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o 
Q 


O 

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o 


a 
o 
ffl 

o 


o 
w 

60 

a 
'2 


1) 


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X! 
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t-t 

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co 


3 
< 


on : 

a ; 


CO 




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o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


d 


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6 






£ 


£ 


£ 


;z; 


Eh 


£ 


in 


k5 


H 


fc 


H 


Hant's Harbour 


25 




29 


4 


226 








........... 




....*.... 


New Melbourne 


22 




16 


1 


46 














Whale's Brook 


3 
9 
3 




1 

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3 


















Brownsdale 






Torquay 






Sibley's Cove 


15 




14 


















Lead Cove 


7 




11 














i .... . 






j 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



71 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

co 
o 

m 

a 

u 

01 

co 
cu 

& 

6 


to 
to 
a 
a 
o 
H 


01 
60 
CO 

a 
a 

O 

H 

01 

+j 

CO 
60 
01 

60 
60 
< 


co 

ft 

CO 

Eh 

X! 
O 

U 

6 


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d 


co 

a 

H 

a 

o 

S 

as 
W 

d 


CO 

0) 

a 

o 

S 
« 
w 

o 


42 
cu 

«t-l. 

Q 
o 

B 

"cO 
CO 

d 


co 

01 
& 
80 

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0) 

W 
d 


CO 
0) 

a 
'3 
to 

60 

a 

'^< 

u 

CU 

w 

d 


CO 
CD 

a 
'53 
w 

a 
a 

CO 

u 

6 


60 

a 
2 

CO 

s 

oi a 
23 

CO o" 


T3 
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CO 
CO 0) 

60 O 

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Ln 16 


in 

3 
H 


..... 




226 
46 


18 
23 

8 

5 
5 


1 
1 




16 
14 




32 
5 


1 

1 


6 


19,969 

7,037 
90 
2,812 
460 
4,165 
4,124 


56 
23 

5 
14 

4 
13 
11 
12 


3,342 

1,295 

60 






18 


3 

4| 
8 
5 


1,070 






165 






55 
75 




820 
1,655 






595 













72 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 

Q 



o 



a 
o 

m 

o 
o 



Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Old Perlican 

Daniel's Cove 

Grates Cove 

Baccalieu Island 

Red Head Cove 

Bay »de Verde 

Low Point 

Caplin Cove 

Lower Island Cove 

Gull Island 

Long Beach 

Northern Bay 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Smooth Cove 

Western Bay 

Bradley's Cove 

Adam's Cove 

Blackhead 

Broad Cove North 

Broad Cove South 

Mulley's Cove 

Small Point 

Kingston 

Spout Cove 



I- 



7171 



96 

8 

132 

2 

30 

105 

6 
25 
78 
25 
16 
36 
30 

44 
12 



"I— I- 



7 
12| 



690 



53 

5 

76 

29 
133 

8 
12 
36 
27 
11 
22 
21 

33 



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w 










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w 








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13 






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a 
PQ 


a 
a 

a 


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2041 



10 



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22 



351 



91 



77 



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a 
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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



73 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


■+J 

a 
o 

m 

a 

3 
+-» 

w 

CD 


CD 
60 

cs 
a 
a 


CD 
60 

cS 

o 
H 

CD 

a 

60 

01 

60 


nJ 

Eh 

•XS 
o 
U 


z 

o 

o 


ft 

cS 
Eh 

o 

s 

w 


w 

-*^ 
HI 

Z 

o 
S 
« 

to 


.2 

01 

25 

Q 

c 

o 

a 

"to 
w 


<D 

60 
H 

Sh 
Hi 

w 


W 
4) 

.3 
to 

60 

a 
u 

CD 

K 


<u 

a 
'3 
w 

a 
a 

CO 

u 


60 

a 

w 

°a 

CD ft 

5 '3 


V 
w 

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V) <D 
C m 

l& 

60 O 

sz 


«3- 
CD 
3 


o 


O 


60 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


p 


o 


o 


CD o* 


•™ e 


cd 


Z 


H 


< 


£ 


z 


fc 


£ 


z 


z 


z 


Z 


>H 


En S 


> 






555 


545 


! 
61 10 


702 


30 


179 


2 


10 


237,013 


753 


70,347 






110 


36 




.. 


229 
39 




1 
3 






16,052 
2,272 


81 
14 


6,095 
475 






113 


44 
14 


4 


6 


15 
27 


4 
1 


45 
12 


1 


2 


23,159 

65 

6,810 


191 

2 

19 


9,282 

200 

3,335 






77 


116 

17 

1 

21 

16 






43 

9 
8 

2 


2 


15 

16 
4 






53,862 

565 

4,235 

5,470 

12,957 
4,580 


120 
10 
19 
55 
25 
16 


23,170 

260 

1,430 

3,115 

3,977 






1,135 








40 






3 




1 




2 


11,587 


40 


2,435 






6 


4 
24 






5 
25 




3 

7 






3,412 


16 

1 

19 


510 






20 




6,884 


995 








2 






5 




4 






627 


7 


198 








3 




1 


8 




2 


1 




1,774 


7 


250 








4 






4 




9 




1 


1,835 


12 


305 








1 
3 

1 

5 
12 




1 


1 

1 
2 
1 
4 
9 




4 






645 

567 

135 

330 

2,130 

3,200 

L_ 


6 

5 

1 

7 

19 


80 














1 
1 


43 






10 






1,050 






3 


372 











74 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats iind 





VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


No. of Dories 


<u 

'£ 

o 

p 

u 

o 

o 

a 

6 


JS 

CO 

o 

cq 

u 
o 

o 




m 

o 
o 

o 
W 

bo 
C 

2 

s 

d 


Cu 

CO 

O 


a; 
fi 
o 
o 
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cj 
W 

X 

3 
< 

6 


cu 

CO 

a 
a 

O 


w 

3 

■a 

CO 

d 


<u 

BO 
CO 

£3 

H 
o 
H 


en 
cu 



E 

o 

CO 

tH 

CO 

d 
2 


m 

M 

CO 

C 
H 

Eh 


Perry's Cove 

Salmon Cove 


2 
1 




18 

4 

9 

2 

9 

13 

15 

2 

109 


2 




3 


95 










Otterbury 

Blow-me-Down 


154 




Flat Rock 

Clowns Cove 

Freshwater 

Victoria 

Carbonear 


32 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



75 



Gear, etc., bty Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


BUILDINGS 


to 

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fl 

CO 
0). 

d 


cu 

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co 
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a) 

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he 

CD 
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bu 

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en 
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H 

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6 


to 

CD 

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fi 
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fl 
o 

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co 

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1 

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CD 

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w 

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w 

bo 

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fl 

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9 
2 
8 
2 
7 

18 

26 

4 

96 




1 
1 


6 


23 


4 
1 
5 
1 
3 
4 
8 

22 




2 

1 

i 
2 


2,455 

610 

2,240 

615 

1,715 

4,485 

3,585 

700 

57,425 


3 

10 
3 
4 

10 
7 
4 

20 


35 






9 
3 
4 
5 
19 


560 








170 




2 


165 








345 
300 






640 




249 


216 


9,590 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 







VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 




0) 


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a 


w 

0) 

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o 
o 
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Ui 

CD 

o 








CD 
CO 

o 

E 






w 

41 

O 

Q 


Q 

u 

o 


o 
ffl 

u 
o 


CO 

60 

C 


<p 


o 
CO 

x' 


0) 




0) 


o 

T3 

CO 


4) 






o 


o 


W 


60 




60 




60 




64 




o 


§ 


s 


fc 


to 


< 


(0 


CQ 


CO 


h! 


CO 
C 












2 






CI 




C 




o 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




z 


S3 


£ 


£ 


En 


£ 


H 


K 


H 


a 


H 


Harbour Grace, Total 


147 


1 


62 


2 


78 


2 


42 










Tilton 






2 


















Spaniard's Bay 

Bishop's Cove 

Upper Island Cove 

Spoon Cove 

Bryant's Cove 

Harbour Grace South .. 
Harbour Grace 


29 




5 






2 


42 










19 




2 


















25 




5 


















7 




8 


















24 




17 


















24 




7 


















15 


1 


13 


2 


78 














Bristol's Hope 


4 


" 


3 























CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


ra 

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ra 
a 

G) 
H-> 
Ul 
0) 


0) 
bo 
CO 
CI 

a 
o 


m 

BO 

to 

o 
H 

CD 

CO 


ft 

CO 
u 
E-i 

o 


"ai 

-a 
o 


in 
ft 

CO 

Sh 
H 

a 

a 

6 


-S3 

CD 

o 
g 


■4-3 

<v 

!9 
u 
Q 

a 
o 

s 

w 

6 


4) 
BO 

CD 


CD 

CD 

to 

ho 
fl 

'Eh 
t-< 
CI) 


.3 

CD 

t/J 

■ fl 
ft 


60 

g 

CO 


T3 

V 

01 cu 

° a 
^ +j 

bo o 


</* 


6 


In 

ho 
ho 


O 

6 


U 
a 


d 


M 

o 


6 


6 


o 

o" 


HI ft 

a a" 


•S^H 

■- a 

h to 


cu 
3 
"to 


X 


H 


<c 


X 


f, 


£ 


f, 


3 


& 


g 


£ 


>W 


> 






120 


17 






37 




23 


56 


5 


19,202 


54 


1,442 






42 


1 
















20 
2,905 






















5 




1 
5 






355 

758 


15 






117 








1 






1 








1 


1,014 


4 


25 








2 






14 




9 


56 


2 


4,840 


23 


835 








5 






5 




2 






1,287 


1 


10 






78 


7 






2 




4 






6,715 


6 


385 








3 






10 




2 




2 


1,308 


5 
1 


70 



78 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR; 1935 





Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats aftd 




VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

<u 

'd 

o 

a 

o 
d 


0) 

'C 
o 



o 

+-> 
o 

3 

6 


w 

CO 

o 
CQ 

u 
o 

o 

s 

6 


c/> 

o 
o 
,« 
o 
W 

uo 

2 
S 

d 


ID 
CO 

o 
H 


'.r> 
u 
<v 

g 

6 

< 
6 


0) 

an 

CO 

C 
C 
o 
H 


a 

m 

d 
5 


<v 
■on 

CO 

a 

Q 

o 
H 


CO 

Si 

-S 

CO 

o 

H 
O 
TS 
CO 

5' 
CO 

hJ 

d' 
f3 


<u 
an 
CO 

e 

c 
o 
H 


Port de Grave, Total .... 


88 




66 


5 


327 


4 


250 






1 


50 


Bareneed 


12 




6 


1 


26 














Black Duck Pond 


2 
6 




1 
1 


















Dock 






Salmon Cove 


5 




2 


















Cupids 


3 




7 


2 


145 


1 


128 






1 


50 


Shark's Cove 


2 
18 






















South Side 


7 


1 


36 
















1 






















Greenland 


4 






















Clarke's Beach 
























Broads 






South River 






1 






1 


14 






• 




Hodge Water 

Georgetown 

Mill Road 


2 




t 


21 




4 


















3 






















1 






















Pick Eyes 

Hibb's Hole 






































































Ship Cove 
















































Sandy Cove 
























Country Road 






1 


















2 




8 


1 


120 














Bay Roberts 


11 




28 






2 


108 



















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



7S 



(Jear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 










tn 




42 










T3 

CD 




a 




S 






a 


CO 


■+J 


en 


a 


CD 




p 




o 












■f^ 








CJ 








ID 




O 
01 


ft 




ft 

o 


S3 

o 


P 

a 

o 


BJO 

C 


to 

M 


w 

el 


«3 


IS 
M O 




C/l 


CD 
BO 


SO 


-s 


T3 


a 


a 


S 


It 

<D 


S-l 

0) 


ft 


*H 01 


<n 


is 


C 


<u 


o 


o 


w 


w 


to 


X 


ffi 


U 


<u ft 

S'3 


.ss 


<v 




S3 


bt 


















■S'ci 




o 


o 


M 


o 


o 





o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


oj CT 


•™ fi 


MS 


1? 


H 


< 


s 


g 


g 


1? 


S3 


g 


a 


S 


>M 


f"H MS 


> 


! 


18 


645 


54! 

i 




o 


46 




27 


i 

2' 

1 


20 


51,518 


92 


5,380 


1 

• 1 


I 


26 


1 
61 . 




12 




2 




3 

1 


2,738 


1 


50 




18 




7 










1 
1 
3 




1 
1 

il 




160 

220 

300 

21,400 


4 






2 


400 








1 


341 


6 








36 


10 












2 


1 


20 
4,030 


1 






6 


1 


15 








6 
1 

1 

4 




9 






1 
4 




1 
2 
1 

4 

1 



1 
1 


50 
300 

50 

80 

140 

750 

1,365 

35 
200 










2 
2 


3 

16 

£ 

11 

ie 
r 

4 


40 


















14 


3 








1 

1 






3 














i 


2 










485 








, 


250 












485 








2,245 










360 










100 








150 
7,700 






120 
108 




2 










19 






1C 


.... 


8 




3 


11,830 


1C 


950 



80 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


O 

.o 

p 

o 
d 


CD 

o 

p 

o 

o 

s 

6 


■B 
a 
o 
PQ 

■-, 



o 
6 


w 

u 
a 
£ 
o 
o 
J3 
cj 
W 

a 
2 

w 

K 

6 


CD 

bt 

CO 

o 
H 


0) 

a 
o 
o 
si 

CJ 

W 

X 

3 

<! 
6 


0) 
6B 
CO 
C 
C 
O 

H 


w 

CD 

H 
CO 
W 

d 


cd 

CO 

C 
B 
O 


<d 

C3 

1 

u 
o 

TS 

CO 

CO 

p 

d 
?5 


0) 
M 
CO 

fi 

o 
H 


Harbour Main-Bell Island 


492 




90 


1 


35 


i 








St. Thomas', Horse Cove . 

Paradise 

Topsail Road 

Topsail 


211 
i 

1 

21 .. 
34 .. 


5 

8 
16 

3 

2 
5 

1 
2 

1 


.... 














i 

! 


Chamberlains 

Manuels 


8 

4 
28 
22 

2 
13 

4 
18 

29 
19 

4 
30 
38 
24 

5 

7 
31 
62 












Long Pond 












Foxtrap 








Codner (Middle Bight)... 

Kelligrews 

Riverdale 






Upper Gullies 

Lance Cove 

Seal Cove 






Indian Pond 












Duffs (Holyrood) 






Holyrood South 






Holyrood Central 






Holyrood North 

Newtown 














Lake View 








.... 1 1 






Harbour Main 


^A 


1 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


a 
o 
M 

a 

CD 

d 


ID 
60 

to 
S3 

a 
o 
H 


o 
6o 

CO 

o 
H 

0) 
CO 

so 

60 

< 


a 

CO 

sh 
E-i 

■o 

o 
O 

6 


CO 

O 

u 

d 

1? 


ft 

fi 

H 

R 
o 

s 

"cO 

W 
d 


cu 

o 
S 

"cO 

W 

o 

2 


Ifl 

0) 

a 

P 

c 

o 

S 
w 

d 


-2 

60 

CD 

X 

6 


to 

cu 

a 

'to 

to 

60 

a 

"u 
u 

cu 

w 

d 


ai 

a 
'3 
w 

a 

a 

CO 

o 

6 


60 

R 
2 

^R 
*M (L> 

°S 
cu a 

5 '3 

CO o 1 

;>&q 


Fishing Rooms Used 
and Not in Use 


CD 

"cO 
> 


1 

1 


28 

1 


63 


66 




2 


100 




32 


5 


132 


38,547 


50 


2,518 




1 


1 


2 

2 

5 

13 




1 
1 

1 


33 




8 


1 
1 

1 
1 

1 


12 

2 

20 

2 

3 

20 

13 

6 

2 
4 

3 
1 

3 

5 

1 

5 

14 


1,490 

30 

130 

2,632 

142 

170 

2,405 

3,085 

40 

i 

710 

348 

1,010 


























17 


























1 

1 


1 
4 




















3 


















3 


2 




















625 
316 

65 

1,321 

974 

309 

73 


4 

10 

1 


82 








1 

1 
1 


185 






2 
3 

2 
2 
5 


15 


























28 




















585 
2,381 
3,812 


5 
2 








1 
3 


220 


1 


28 


65 



82 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 




w 

0) 
Eh 


m 

CO 


W 
CU 

s 
o 
o 

o 




Jh 

a 

O 
O 

o 

x' 








W 

Ctj 

o 

E 






0) 

'u ' 

o 

Q 


P 

u 
o 


O 
W 

o 


01 
tuo 

a 

'3 


cu 


cp 


CU 


o 


o 

5-i 


OJ 






o 


o 


w 


tuo 




w> 




60 




Sfl 




o 


§ 


s 


Pn 


CO 

el 

a 


< 


CO 
C 
B 


ffl 


CO 

el 

r] 


H? 


CO 

C 

a 




o 


n 


o 


o 




o 


o 


c 


O 


d 


o 




£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


H 


£ 


En 


& 


H 


fc 


fr> 


Avondale 


17 




2 


















Middle Arm 






2 
19 


1 
















Conception Harbour 


12 


35 




Kitchuses 


7 
6 


... 


2 

7 


















Bacon Cove 






Colliers 


27 




13 


















Marysvale 


15 






















Bell Island 

























CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



83 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



B 
o 

pq 



I 



0> 
■as 



O 
H 



0) 

w 

a 



o 
H 



CO 

M 

0> 
h 
be 

< 



o 
U 

6 



0> 
O 

u 

6 



8 

0> 

a 
o 

| 
w 

i 



% 




a> 




S 






LO 


!9 


(1) 


Q 


£ 


fl 


bt 


o 


.^3 


| 


j-i 




0) 


o 


o 


& 


2; 



O) 

1/3 

bfl 
S 



0) 

K 

6 
15 



.3 

CD 
t/l 



u 

o 



bD 
g 

PR 



ai a 



BUILDINGS 



T3 
0> 
en 

P 

w QJ 

gP 

M o 

w r g 
En tj 



35 



3 

1 

19 
4 

7 
7 



979 

412 
8,020 

975 
2,045 
3,062 

413 



50 



1,275 

200 

360 

66 



£4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 




in 

"C 




a 

o 
o 




5-1 

cu 
o 








w 

Sh 
IP 

CO 

O 

e 






M 

cu 

'u 
o 
Q 


Q 

u 

o 


o 

m 

u 

o 


W 

g 

'n 


o 


■a 

o 

w 


<D 




D 


o 

CO 
u 


0) 






o 


o 


(A 


60 


3 
< 


60 


80 




60 




O 


s 


g 


fe 


co 


co 


ra 


CO 

a 
a 
o 


a 


CO 

a 
c 
o 




O 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




E 


E 


fc 


s 


H 


£ 


E-i 


K 


E-f 


£ 


y 


District of St. John's 














1 


1 
1 




West, Total ... 


64 


1 


158 


26 


1,560 

| 


2 


347| 2 


130| 3 


\ 268 


St. John's City, W 


24 




n\ 25 


1,545 


2 


347 


2 


130| 3 


268 


St. Phillip's 






71 .. 


1 








1 
| 




Portugal Cove 




1 


7 1 


15 






.... 
.... 


i 





South Side 




16 

1 











Freshwater Bay . 






Maddox Cove 


8 
29 


.... 


18 
90 


















Petty Harbour 






Blackhead 


3 




5 
3 


.... 
















Blackhead Road 


1 


i 





















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



85 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

o 

m 




cu 

a 
a 
a 


w 




en 

a 

CO 




Cfl 

cu 


<u 


g 
'3 


cu 

a 


00 

g 

s 

en 


T3 
cu 
w 

P 

M <U 








o 


a 


w 


H 


g 



c 

o 

a 

to 


£ 


w 


cu 




r* W 




a 

u 

W 


CU 
SO 

as 

a 


H 

D 
co 

00 
41 
^1 
00 


CO 

H 
o 


cu 
o 

u 


o 

a 

CO 


Pi 
o 

a 

"a 
w 


60 

C 
cu 


bo 
S 

0) 


a 

CO 

o 


°a 

cu a 
53 


8^ 

° H 

DO o 

.as 


cu 
3 


6 


o 


00 


o 


o 


C) 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




fa la 


ca 


'A 


H 


«: 


5 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


^ 


£ 


>w 


> 


1 

1 


27 


2,332 


72 


17 


... 


161 


1 


35 




4 


194,256 


74 


15,960 


1 


27 


2,317 






.... 




25 










126,200 
2,780 
6,183 








6 










15 


6 






116 


1 


6 






16 


2,130 








18 


2 




18 




2 




1 


4,890 

120 

4,600 


1 


250 








3 










1 




1 


9 








440 








45 










20 




2 


47,845 


48 


13,140 










15 




2 










1,450 
188 





































86 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 




VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 










W 

0) 
R 




to 








B 








en 








01 








18 




SETTLEMENTS 






a 






§ 














.2) 

o 

q 


P 

M 
O 


o 
o 


(/J 

M 

a 
V, 


D 


o 

w 


CJ 


w 
tu 


<D 


o 

B 


CD 






O 


o 


in 


bfl 


3 


BO 




uo 




W> 




o 


s 


s 


fa 


r 

R 


< 


M 


W 


ts 
R 
R 


►J 


a 
C 
c 




o 


o 


o 


o 


O 




o 


,o 


o 


O 


o 




£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


H 


£ 


H 


!*5 


Fh 


& 


' En 


District of St. John's 




1 














i 


East, Total 


336| 11 

1 


299 














| 


St. John's City E 


41| .... 

1 
9 ... 

16| .... 


591 .... 

7|... 

1 

18| ... 

1 

11 ... 












1 
1 


Quidi Vidi 




1 


i 

i 


Bauline 












Cape St. Francis 


1 








Biscayan Cove 


7 




9|.... 
















Shoe Cove 


14 
81 




85 


















Pouch Cove 






Portugal Cove Road 


50 
76 


6 


1 
36 
62 


















Flat Rock 






Torbay 








14 

22 
5 


1 
2 
2 


2 

15 
4 














i 




Outer Cove 




[ 




Middle Cove 























CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



37 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


. BOATS ANE 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


co 

co 




bo 

CO 






CO 

a 


CO 


■B 


CO 


CO 

CD 


CO 

CD 


60 

.b 


T3 
ID 

CO 




o 

m 
b 

u 

CD 




o 

cd 


co 

a 

CO 
Eh 


co 

CD 
5 


CO 

Eh 

a 

o 


HI 

s 

El 
O 


p 

fi 
o 


CD 

IS 

08 

B 


CD 

to 

60 

a 


a 
w 

B 


S 


CO CD 

d w 
th 
o '-' 
° B 

pcj.S 

-t-> 
tJ) o 

.gs 






CD 
60 
CO 

b 


cd 
so 
<u 


o 
O 


T3 
O 

o 


"c0 




"co 




in 


a 

CO 

u 


°S 
cd a 






a 


BO 
























6 


o 


DO 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


co a" 


■2 B 


CC 


S 


E-i 


< 


IS 


£ 


IS 


IS 


Is 


Is 


IS 


£ 


>w 


ii, Mi 


t> 


1 


14 


14 


146 






236 


3 


44 




27 


87,449 


490 


49,701 


1 


14 


14 


33 
2 






31 

4 




5 
1 






12,032 
1,830 


43 
8 


29,130 
410 








17 






40 










8,985 


41 


1,840 








1 
6 






2 


1 


1 
2 






500 
2,195 


4 
21 


50 






590 








23 






1 
18 


1 








205 
17,467 


17 
196 


310 










16 


10,497 








16 
32 

4 






6 

40 
15 
15 








1 

21 

1 


360 

11,430 

13,644 

2,240 


2 
53 
46 
19 


150 








3 
5 
3 


1,673 








1,496 








985 








8 






58 


1 


8 




2 


8,370 


31 


2,355 








4 






6 








2 


1,191 


9 


215 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 




VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


W 
<D 

'in 
O 

a 

O 

6 


CD 

o 
Q 

En 
O 

O 

6 


w 
-t-» 

CO 

o 

m 

o 

o 

6 


M 
U 

a; 

rj 
O 
O 
A 

u 
W 

M 

g 

E 

d 


CS 

a 
o 

H 


w 
HI 

g 

o 

CJ 

K* 

3 

d 


CD 
60 

CO 

o 
H 


w 
u 
cu 
M 

a 

CO 

m 

d 


cu 
ao 

CO 

C 
C 
o 
H 


en 

n 

CD 

CO 
O 

i — i 

o 

T3 

CO 

*H 

X! 
CO 
1-1 

d 


0) 
M 

CO 

a 
a 

O 


Ferryland, Total 


528 


1 


1 
| 3741 2 


14 


181 325 


1 


1 


Goulds 


6 


1 


1 1 

65 

34 

10 

20 

12 

5 

9 

8 

4 

2 

1 

1 

31 

26 

30 

14 

3 

10 

13 

10 


1 




1 


1 ""l 


| 


Big Pond 




2 


1 

60 

39 

23 
15 

60 
45 

1 


1 





Bay Bulls 


43 

59 

13 

13 

10 

5 

7 

2 

10 

7 

11 

3 

46 

33 

38 

35 

3 

1 

15 

2 

15 

8 

1 










Witless Bay 






Mobile 






Tors Cove 








Burnt Cove 











2 

1 
1 
4 
3 




St. Michael's 






Bauline 






LaManche 






Brigus South 






Island Cove 






Admiral's Cove 






Shores Cove 

Cape Broyle 

Calvert 


10 




Ferryland 






Aguaforte 




i 
1 




Clear's Cove 






St. Bernard's 






Admiral's 






North Side 

Riverhead 










1 

| 


! 




1 
1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



89 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


to 
o 
PQ 

« 

CD 




0) 
60 

CO 

o 
H 

a; 


m 
ft 

to 
u 
H 


CD 

S3 


ft 

CO 
Sh 

d 
o 


CD 
CI 

o 


W 
-t-> 

2; 

-4-3 



d 

o 


-2 

CD 
60 

a 


CD 

.3 

CD 

to 

60 

cl 


CO 

CD 

.a 

CD 
CO 

CI 


60 

g 


T3 
CD 
W 

P 

m V 

&$ 
o M 

o a 
P3-- 

60 O 




CD 


0) 
60 

CI 


to 

60 

CD 


■0 
o 
U 


t3 
o 
O 


"to 
W 


to 


"to 
w 


CD 




a 

CO 

U 


«W CD 

cd a 

a? 


CD 
3 




a 


60 


















m'O 




o 


O 


80 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


CO D 1 


™ CI 




£ 


H 


< 


£ 


fc 


S5 


£ 


15 


£ 


'A 


£ 


>N 


fc CO 


> 


7 


158 


497 


150 


28 




154 


1 


133 


3 


44 


149,228 


496 


49,990 




1 




















265 










60 


26 
22 
13 






22 

7 
1 




23 

27 


1 
1 


6 


26,630 
12,345 
6,332 


62 

57 

16| 


2,620 






3,070 








2,150 








5 

1 
2 
3 
4 
2 






9 

1 
1 
5 
4 
14 
1 




5 
9 
3 
5 






4,510 
1,578 
1,492 
1,481 
2,847 
1,735 
346 


9 
8 
3 
5 
6 
11 
4 


1,140 








365 






300 










320 






2,575 






3 
3 


515 










95 








1 






15 




3 






940 

1,000 

11,245 


7 


2,670 




10 
15 






1 


15 


12 






50 




14 




11 


31 


4,310 


2 


45 


45 


12 






3 




9 






9,142 


27 


2,685 








24 
2 


1 
1 




9 
3 




13 

10 




9 


11,410 
5,935 


28 
24 


2,140 




39 


765 
























400 


3 


200 
























50 


2 


200 


1 


18 


41 
15 


3 
















5,740 


18 


1,655 
















520 


4 


300 






60 


2 
















6,800 


21 


1,560 






45 


















6,440 


17 


3,125 









00 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 





Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 




VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






















w 
























Sn 












(H 

























O 




^ 








it 




SETTLEMENTS 




0J 


CO 


.G 




E 
o 

















o 

p 


o 

m 


CO 

bo 
C 




41 




w 




u 
o 






u 


u 


u 




CO 




cu 




T3 









o 
+1 


o 


,c! 


Cb 


jKj' 





.* 


cu 


S-< 


0) 






o 


o 


w 


bfl 




6J0 




M 




bo 




° 


s 


s 


fr 


CO 


< 


CO 

a 


a 


CO 

C 

a 


hJ 


CO 

C 

B 




o 


o 


6 


o 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


o 






a 


k 


k? 


k 


H 


£ 


En 


£ 


H 


z; 


d 


Trixie's Cove 




_ ( 


1 
1 
1 

44 
1 
9 






3 


55 










St. Brendan's 


2 
2 
1 
49 
1 
3 






Blacksmith 






Bear Cove Point 






Renews 










Bear Cove 






Cappahayden 
















1 


















Cape Race 
























Long Beach 
























Drook 
























Portugal Cove 






Biscay Bay 


























35 




4 






2 


28 










Trepassey Central 
























Shoal Point 


4 
24 

1 

1 

20 




1 


1 


4 














Daniel's Point 








North West Arm 








Cape Pine 










St. Shott's 




2 





































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



91 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



CO 




o 




W 




a 




S-, 




■11 








w 


<u 


01 


ho 


is 


CO 

a 




a 


o 


a 


15 


E-i 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



u 
ho 

CO 
« 

a 

o 



CO 

ho 

cu 
S-. 
ho 

00 

< 



ft 

CO 



U 
6 



CU 

15 

x) 
o 
U 

6 



CU 

15 

c 
o 

s 

I — I 
CO 

W 

6 



cu 
"A 

Q 

B 

o 



BO 
C 



X 

6 



CU 

a 

'J> 
to 

60 

x 

6 



ft 

CO 

U 

6 



bo 

2 
E 



BUILDINGS 



T3 



W CU 

° c 
P5-5 

ho o 

.gz 

h co 



cu 
3 

> 



27 



53 



55 



55 



53 



20 



450 

420 

550 

20 

12,380 

90 

2,870 

130 



7,078 



923 

1,235 

20 

25 

3,854 



62 

2 

11 



15 



3 

17 



200 



200 



6,585 
125 
510 



2,860 

300 
740 

60 
1,650 



92 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




































o 




Xfl 

s 












SETTLEMENTS 






h2 

CO 


o 




a 
o 








o 






o 
Q 


p 




o 

« 

S-l 

o 

-4^ 


W 

a 
2 


<u 


a 
W 

x' 


0) 


u 
J*! 


<D 


P-t 
O 


a> 






o 


O 


M 


BO 




BO 




bo 




B0 




<4H 
O 


£ 


£ 


fe 


a 


< 


to 


pa 


a 

B 


j 


a 

c 
c 




o 


o 


o 


O 


o 


6 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




55 


55 


55 


55 


H 


55 


H 


55 


H 


55 


E- 


Placentia and St. Mary's 


948 


53 


294 


54 


' 1 
1,389 


11 


220 


4 


218 


1 

■ 1 


Fox Harbour 


86 




22 


.16 


409 




. .. 












29 




8 


4 


104 














Long Harbour ,,. 


65 


2 


17 


11 


264 















Garden Cove 


8 
50 

27 

9 

32 


3 
5 
3 

2 


11 
18 

18 



.... 
.... 

... 








... 
.... 












Arnold's Cove 







Southern Harbour 






LaManche 





... 


Little Harbour 






Famish Cove 


23 


3 


4 



















Argentia 


13 




9 


3 


52 














Marquise 


14 




3 


1 


26 






1 


61 






Freshwater 


1 
20 




2 


















Jersey Side 






Dunville 


17 




3 


5 


40 






1 


38 






Placentia ....._ : 


30 




7 


2 


119 


1 


20 


2 


119 







Placentia (S. E.) 


9 




3 




















1 






















Ship Cove 

Little Barrisway 


10 


1 


4 


















4 
10 
18 
10 


2 
3 
4 
3 


2 


































Patrick's Cove 


1 
6| .... 

1 
4| ... 














Angel's Cove 
















Custlett 


15 
32 


4 
8 


5 
5 


















St. Bride's 

































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



93 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 






01 

bo 
co 






Vl 

a 


VI 


CD 


W 


VI 

CD 

d 


CD 


60 

d 
2 


13 

VI 






bo 

co 

El 




H 

0) 

-4-> 
CO 

bo 
CD 


in 

a 

CO 

u 





VI 

CD 



u 


cd 
H 

d 


| 

CO 

W 


CD 

d 


a 

w 


u 

Q 

d 



a 


53 

m 

a 
p 

CD 


CD 

to 

bo 

d 

'Jh 

E-. 

CD 

X 


d 
'3 
w 

d 
a 

CO 

U 


fa 

<M CD 

°a 

cd a 

a -3 


a m 

*-" 
° d 

bo 


«3- 
CD 




d 


he 


















■Sis 




o 


o 


OjO 














d 





O 





CO D 1 


•™ C 


CO 


£ 


H 


< 


z 


£ 


& 


53 1 


55 


s 


£ 


53 


t> fa 


fa 10 


> 


40 


9511 

| 


2,778 


128 

1 


491 


5 


117 


1 


521 


41 


89 


267,410 


628 


44,492 


17 


399 


808 


25 


14 


2 


1 




17 


11 


13 


42,427 


34 


3,505 


3 


78 


182 


8 


7 








21 


7 


5 


16,155 


10 


1,095 


8 


226 


490 


11 


16 


1 


6 




84 


6 


17 


23,770 


34 


5,735 


1 


15 


15 




24 




1 




4 




1 


1,140 


3 


70 


1 


15 


15 


8 


154 


1 


18 




62 


1 


2 


7,665 


24 


2,072 








1 


44 
11 




11 
1 




16 
4 




1 


1,255 
1,670 


12 
3 


405 
55 








2 


41 


1 


8 




18 




3 


1,473 


14 


1,028 








3 

6 


21 
3 




8 




14 
4 


5 


1 
2 


1,700 
6,325 


18 
3 


1,125 




52 


420 


1 


33 


120 


3 














1 2 


8,883 

15 

453 


2 


600 


















2 




1 






2 


20 


20 




6 


2 


200 


4 


89 


167 


1 


2 








7 


? 


5 


17,332 


8 


985 


2 


47 


305 


4 


6 




2 






1 


4 


29,002 


2 


150 










5 








10 
1 

13 
1 
4 

38 




1 


955 
40 

1,194 
375 
853 

2,925 


1 
2 
9 


200 








450 






546 














6 
20 


220 








1,210 










5 








9 

5 






1,120 

| 1,665 

2,630 


10 


440 






1 








56 


3,020 






| 





f;4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 





Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, 


Boats and 




VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 










CO 












w 




SETTLEMENTS 


8 


w 
0) 

V 
o 

a 


CO 

-4-» 
CO 
O 

m 


a 
o 
o 

■s 

w 

a 




u 
<u 

g 
o 

o 
W 




w 

CD 




cu 

C3 

o 

s 

In 
O 
T3 









o 


o 


,C1 


CD 


K 


CD 


•^ 


cu 




CU 






o 


o 


w 


M 




W> 




6S 




6D 




o 


s 


3 


ft 


Pi 
Pi 


<J 


CO 


w 


C 
PI 


J 


a 
a 




o 


o 


o 


o 




o 




o 


o 


O 


O 




£ 


z 


£ 


£ 


H 


£ 


H 


S 


H 


» 


H 


Lear's Cove 


2 














1 




| 




Golden Bay 


1 


















1 




Point Lance 


16 






















Branch 


60 


6 


27 




















East Cove 


1 


















| 


Beckford 


2 


















.... i ... . 


Admiral's Beach 


5 .... 


3 
6 














1 
|..... 


Mosquito 


9 








3 


43 






j 


Regina 


14 
22 
36 

7 




9 

14 

17 

1 


1 

2 
3 


19 

60 
87 










1 


Mussell Pond 


1 
1 


14 
12 











St. Joseph's 








New Bridge 


1 






Mount Carmel 


33 


4 


3 


1 


48 














Mitchell's Brook 


15 
6 

7 




7 
1 
3 


















Harricot 






1 


17 










Tickles 










Colinet 


12 

3 

1 

22 

22 

6 




1 

13 

4 


2 

1 
































North Harbour 














Mall Bay 


44 
35 


1 

2 


12 
71 










Riverhead 










Cout's Pond 








Path End 


5 




1 














i 


St. Mary's 


18 




6 


2 


62 


1 


31 






1 


Gulch 


12 




1 




1 








! 


1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



95 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 
















CD 








60 


T3 




a 




60 






W 




£ 




1 




■S 


CD 
co 




a 
o 
cq 

E 

CD 

-4-> 

tn 

CD 


ni 

a 


O 

tuo 

(1) 
tc 
tuo 


w 

ft 

CO 

V 

o 
U 


O 

u 


tl4 

o 

a 

"cO 
CO 


CO 

o 

CO 
CO 




a 

o 

CO 

co 


CO 
CD 

C 

CD 
ffl 


g 
to 

60 

a 
'£ 

CD 


CD 

a 

CD 

co 

ft 

CO 
U 


s 

«H CD 

°S 

CD ft 

3? 


CO CD 
C co 

60 O 


CD 

' 3 


6 


o 


60 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


O 


O 


o 




Ph CO 


CO 


'A 


H 


< 


'A 


£ 


S3 


£ 


z 


g 


2 


£ 


>H 


> 










2 














85 


2 


180 










1 
11 








3 




1 


10 

1,025 

11,655 

15 








19 


1,830 

7,445 

65 

85 








1 


16 








63 




8 


89 
























3 
























30 


2 










6 








3 






630 


7 


300 
595 






43 


3 


9 








7 


l 




3,520 
3,870 
2,635 
6,980 
7,475 
5,289 
947 


14 






19 


2 


9 








8 






18 


530 






14 




6 




6 




14 


1 


2 


21 


625 






72 




13 




19 




17 


3 


3 


34 


1,035 
300 






87 


1 






2 


1 


6 


3 


1 


1 






48 




4 




9 




10 


1 


3 


11 


180 










8 




4 




7 




4 


15 


505 






17 








5 




6 


1 




1,655 
667 


1 


60 


















5 




. 1 


4 


125 










1 




4 
1 




1 
2 







324 
90 
15 


2 

2 

21 


45 








70 








880 






56 


3 


2 








6 


2 


2 


4,880 
10,315 


14 


1 180 


1 


29 


135 


1 


12 




1 




9 


1 


2 


11 


705 








2 
3 


4 

9 
4 








4 

2 
5 


1 




2 

1 


120 

130 

12,210 

692 


6 

5 


















113 


490 






200 











96 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

CD 

o 
Q 

o 

d 


w 
CD 

O 



a 
o 

d 


CO 

o 
CQ 

u 
o 

o 

s 

d 


w 

!-. 

0) 

c 
o 
o 

£1 

CJ 

to 

g 

s 

6 


a 
bo 

CO 

a 
a 

O 


S-t 
01 

S 
o 

o 

CJ 

w 
■A 

3 
< 

6 


01 
M 

CO 

a 

a 

O 

H 


c 

CO 

CQ 
d 


01 

bo 

CO 

a 
a 

o 
Eh 


s 

-4-» 

CO 
P 

Sh 

o 

T3 

CO 
Si 
£> 

a 

d 


CD 
M 

CO 
R 
C 
O 


Point la Haye 


12 

16 

34 

9 

5 




1 

20 

2 

3 














1 
1 


Gaskier's 

St. Vincent's 






1 


Middle Gut 




Peter's River 

Gt. Barrisway 


















Come-By-Chance 


2 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



97 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



-3 

CO 
O 

W 
d 



£ 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 





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M 












a) 






a 


en 




o 




w 


H 


a 




H 


CO 


5 


fl 


n 




01 


H 


o 


o 


CO 


do 


o 


T3 
O 


| 


s 




U 


O 


w 


ra 


n 


M 












ho 


o 


o 


o 


o 


Eh 


< 


53 


£ 


£ 


s 



01 



10 



I M B 



■on 


OJ) | 


a 


[3 








Sh 


Sh 




<V 


CI 


M 




o 


O 


*-_p- 


►?; 



'a! 

CO 



o 



C 



^d 
a) a 

as a 1 



BUILDINGS 



o 

bo" 
C 



o 



1 


4 


5 


3 


26 


1 


2 


1 


6 


1 



11 



312 


10 


735 


i 
6 


6,765 


25 


785 


4 


1,245 


5 




3 



2801 



275 
820 
2,145 
100 
140 
51 



98 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


w 

V 

o 


o 
d 


1) 

o 
O 

o 
o 

6 


w 
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co 
o 
ft 

o 
o 

d 


w 

u 
tu 
1=1 
o 
o 

o 

w 
bo 
a 

to 
d 


ID 

bo 

03 
O 


m 

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a 

o 
o 

tj 
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■A 

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6 


CO 

d 
o 
H 


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to 
d 


0) 
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CO 

CI 

a 

o 
H 


VI 

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CD 

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CO 



s 

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o 

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CO 

CO 

d 


a) 
bJ) 

CO 

a 
a 

o 


Placentia West 


1,250 


14 


409 


96 


1,677 


11 


413 


7 


617 












Red Island 


63 
68 
13 
50 


1 
2 


42 
7 
5 
6 


4 
2 


106 


2 
1 
1 


102 
12 
15 










Harbour Bulfett 


4 


432 






Port Royal 






Kingwell 


56 


2 


115 






Spencer's Cove 


























21 




6 


















Brewley 


6 

5 
30 






















Rose-au-Rue 


2 
23 


















Indian Harbour 






Merasheen 






Jean de Gaunt. 

























Pinchard's Island 


1 

4 




3 


















Gaulton's Island ... 








Harbour Island 








4 

24 




2 


1 
















Tack's Beach 


66 




Best's Harbour 


24 
19 

O 
O 




2 

7 


2 


44 















Broad Cove 






Iona 












1 
| 




Black River 







North Harbour 


44 

2 

40 


1 


3 
6 


2 




1 


10 


















Sound Island 


40 









Woody Island 


46 




2 


















Bar Haven 


45 


1 


101 6 


80 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



99 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC 



CO 

o 
W 

a 



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60 


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a 


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CO 
Sh 

H 

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U 

6 



2,063 



4,770 



255 



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o 
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d 

Z 



1,733 19 



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cu 

z 
a 

o 



CO 

CO 

d 



Q 

a 

o 

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73 

CO 

d 
Z 



CO 

z 

00 

g 

HI 
K 

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no 



w 



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811 



812 



54 



176 



60 

a 
2 

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c g 

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383,633 



1,094 



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85,715 



1 
14 



34 

192 

8 

250 



67 
4 



44 



20 



139 
141 



20 



34 
832 

20 
436 



91 .. 
31 



10 

7 



67 
4 



39 
16 



44 



20 



205 
185 



20 



50 



80 



1 
43 



5 

6 

19 

25 



12 

2 

78 



172 
197 
142 



90 
52 
26 
32 



23 
11 



12 



26 



5 

11 

14 

17 

1 

16 



5 
12 
65 



14 

3 

10 



12,975 

23,296 

1,465 

18,235 



3 3,360 
585 



360 
9,530 



50 

2,100 

210 

550 

19,160 

11,375 

1,260 
80 
3,570 
130 
5,193 
3,212 



62 
37 
15 
20 
6 
10 
12 



3 

30 
3 

1 



17 



11 



12 



23 
36 



12| 25,605| 37 



8,400 

3,250 

480 

1,370 

1,780 

910 

680 

420 

3,455 

170 

20 

805 



2,310 



190 



520 

895 
1,530 
4,335 



100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


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Q 

O 

d 


in 
CD 

o 

q 

o 
6 


a 
o 

m 

O 
O 

s 

d 
8 


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a 
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a 
CO 

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S 
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W) 
RS 

s 

a 

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3 
3 
o 
o 
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m 

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60 

CO 

B 

o 


CO 

d 


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80 
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s 

hi 
o 

Tf 

CO 
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CO 

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d 


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M 

CO 

S 

fl 
o 
H 


Prowseton 


4 
9 




2 


















Davis Cove 






Chambers Island 


1 
23 


3 


12 


9 
















Queen's Bank 






Clattice Harbour 


163 




Chandler's Harbour 






21 


1 




2 


49 


.... 










Little Paradise 


25 


29 





Little Bona 


3 
3 




3 

12 


















Isle Valen 






St. Leonard's 


8 




5 


















St. Kyran's 


3 




2 


















Murphy's Cove 
























St. Anne's 


11 




5 


















Presque 


9 




7 


















Deep Cove 


3 
5 
2 
6 
36 




3 

1 

4 
14 


































Beckford's Cove 














Great Bona 














Great Paradise 












Monkstown 


13 

2 
22 




2 
1 
5 


















Darby's Harbour 










South East Bight 






Petit Forte 


8 
13 




20 
2 


1 
















Burnt Island 


15 




St. Joseph's 


30 
32 




6 

7 


6 
6 


54 
79 














Little Harbour 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



101 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



m 



o 

Z 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 





V 










bo 










s 


m 




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CO 




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H 




H 


nj 








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£ 


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b'a 
tu 


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o 


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C 


bo 








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to 


o 


o 


6 


H 


< 


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£ 


£ 


1 

1 






6 


1 



33 
16 



28 
65 



13 

43 



163 



78 



33 
16 



28 
65 



15 

13 
43 

43| 

15 

54 

79| 



18 



17 



3 
58 



I 



68 
16 

34 

21) 
6 



16 
19 
4 
1 

9 
72 
22 
16 
41 
59 

O 

10 
16 






10 



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BO 

a 



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d 



30 



27 
9 

20 
2 
2 



11 
6 
3 
3 

2 
5 

20 

6 

2 

21 

48 

2 

8 
5 



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n 






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BUILDINGS 



CO cu 
MO 



129| 

i 

415 

20 

35 



17,421| 

635 

2,778 

3,326 

1,750 

3,657 

4,580 

155 

1,875) 

i 

1,010| 

1,600J 

I 

6,293 

3,055 

465 

7,042 

5,596 

1,340 

4,492 

5,210 



41 
10| 



22,207| 31 



I 



22 



16 



10 

10 

5 

7 

1 

7 

28 

10 



351 

15| 
I 

29J 
31! 



3 

> 



100 

520 

15 

15 
4,200 



1,050 
365 

1,370 

825 

595 

165 

335 

300 

1,140 

3,570 

797 

180 

1,210 

4,090 

910 

1,585 

2.690 



102 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 
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o 

m 



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53 £ 



w 



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H 



c 

o 
o 
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03 

a 

a 



CO 
C 

c 
o 
H 



o 

■a 



o 



a 
a 
o 
H 



Brookside 

Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove 

Oderin 

Baine Harbour 

Rushoon 

Flat Island 

Davis Island 

Red Harbour 

Jean de Bay 

Rock Harbour 

Spanish Room 

Mooring Cove 

Marystown North .. 
Marystown South .. 

Creston North 

Creston South .. .... 

Little Bay 

Beau Bois 

Duricle 

Tides Cove 

Tides Point 

Fox Cove 

Mortier 

Marticot Island .... 



10 
7 
44 
3 

32 
25 
80 



1 


1 

- 


11 


1 


31 




6 




8 


1 


35 




23 




27 


1 


16 


•• 



24 
7 
3 
1 



3| 1 

I 
4| 4 

I 



20 


11 


13 


9 


9 


5 


9 


5 


46 


12 



I 



51 .. 

121 5 

l'| .... 



15 

76 

13 

148 

170 

123 

59 

180 






83 



25 
53 



162 



63 



70 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



103 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 










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T3 




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CO 
o 

m 
a 

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CO 

CD 

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to 

£3 


60 

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bo 

CD 

u 


co 

a 

CO 

u 
Eh 

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o 
O 


to 

CD 
O 

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co 
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g 

G 

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d 
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w 


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CO 

w 


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bo 
d 

u 

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W 


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CD 

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CO 

£ 

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3 "3 

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CO 

D 

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d 


d 


f»ri 


d 


d 


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£ 


a 


£ 


£ 


i,- £ 


£ 


£ 


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15 

76 


2 
3 


14 
6 




l 
l 




1 




1 
3 


715 

3,025 


7 
12 


290 








722 






13 




1 














225 


8 


156 






148 


22 


48 




l 




24 






13,273 


46 


4,785 






170 


9 


36 


9 


2 


1 


13 


1 


1 


8,777 


45 


1,465 






123 


11 


18 




6 




9 


2 


4 


9,437 


39 


2,210 






59 
250 


7 
45 


12 
84 








18 
31 




2 
13 


4,328 
24,390 


31 
107 


775 






1 


4,470 








1 
13 


9 
11 

2 




2 
3 




1 
4 
8 




4 

7 


235 

997 

7,565 


3 

15 
45 


65 










83 


1,930 


? 


28 


28 

41 


2 








2 




1 


1,280 


6 


380 


3 


41 




3 




1 








2 


1,335. 


5 


363 


-, 


172 


359 


6 














3 


18,168 


12 


2,069 


q 


191 

33 

150 


244 
96 


4 











2 




5 
1 


20,750 
3,927 


10 
10 


2,840 


3 




1,040 


6 


150 




3 








2 




6 


8.380 


2 


140 


8 

2 


156 
45 


156 


4 


3 










1 


5 


12,368 


9 


1,960 


45 


1 


2 








6 




1 


2,610 


7 


370 










7 












1 


250 


4 


230 










3 




1 










75 


1 


50 


3 


42 
22 


42 
22 




26 
8 








1 
2 




4 
1 


2,545 
973 


12 
11 


995 


2 


1 




750 


























6 


1,780 



















104 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 












w 












w 
























u 




SETTLEMENTS 




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a 


C 

o 
o 

CJ 




u 

a 

O 








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o 






in 

<o 
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o 
Q 


P 
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o 
pq 

o 


t/J 

60 
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CJ 

w 
'A 


<D 


Ifi 

u 
a 


tu 


O 

■a 

a 
u 


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o 


w 


60 




60 


60 




60 




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3 


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h 


CO 

a 
a 


< 


CO 

a 
a 


pq 


CO 

a 


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CO 




o 


o 


d 


o 


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6 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 




£ 


z 


£ 


£ 


Eh 


£ 


Eh 


£ 


H 


£ 


Eh 


Burin, Total 


997 


341 


220 


21 


1,372| 7| 488 


1 
21| 2,779 


4 


318 


Garnish 


71 


49 


5 


1 


45 1 1 


15 






1 


55 


Port au Bras 


46 


4 


5 


2 


69 














Bull's Cove 


24 
20 


1 


I 
7 ... 

7| -■- 








1 


120 






Path End 






Burin North 


54 


1 


I 
15 


3 


223 














Ship Cove 


3 






















Collin's Cove 


5 




3 


















Kirby's Cove 


6 

2 


2 


1 

1 


















Mosquito Cove 






Pardy's Island 


18 






















Stepaside 


3 




3 


















Kelly's Cove 


39 

2 


















1 




Great Burin 


1 1 
18| 2 


88 


131 


Whale Cove 


































Eurin Bay 


28 




131 .... 


















3 




| .... 
















Burin Bay Arm 


8 




1 
| .... 




1 












Black Duck Cove 






1 1 








i 








Loon's Cove 


12 
1 


3 











Bay View 






Wandsworth 


17 


16 




















9 

1 


9 




















L'anse aL'Eau 
























1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



105 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


o 




o 
in 

CO 

a 






CO 

ft 


en 




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CD 


CD 


6j0 

a 

w 


■a 

CD 




pq 

a 

u 

CD 

CD 


to 

CO 

a 

a 


G 
o 
H 

ii 

CO 
CD 

So 


ft 

CO 

Eh 

o 
O 


cd 

O 

u 


Eh 

a 
o 

e 
n 

to 


o 

s 

"cO 
CO 


Q 

c 

o 

s 

'to 
CO 




CD 

to 

£ 

CD 
HI 


'53 

CO 



ft 

CO 

a 


°S 

CD ft 

5 '3 


CO CD 

§|3 

ao o 

.as 


CD 

3 


d 


o 


M 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


co a 1 


■~ a 


CO 


k; 


H 
744 


< 

5,701 


203 


& 


£ 


13 


g 


13 


£ 


£ 


>W 


fe c0 


> 


36 


388 


1 


62 


1 


799 


25 


162 


399,883 


586 


58,042 






115 


11 


69 


1 


30 




83 




17 


12,351 


4 


160 


11 


201 
46 
94 


270 

46 

214 


4 
5 
9 


47 

31 

5 








28 
21 
14 


2 


9 
7 
5 


19,450 

7,967 

18,755 


34 

18 

9 


2,670 


3 




2,270 


5 


6 


1,840 


4 


60 
35 
20 


283 
35 
20 


10 
1 
2 


13 








18 
2 
3 




9 

1 
1 


19,993 

802 

3,320 


11 
2 
4 


1,700 


1 




125 


1 




925 




19 
10 




1 


5 

3 

11 








15 

5 

22 




1 
2 
5 


434 

892 

1,108 


6 

2 

15 


770 


1 


19 
10 




950 


1 




2,490 


1 


21 


21 


1 


5 








14 




2 


2,448 


8 


2,100 




30 




15 


3 




2 






2 


9 




1 
14 


35 


2 


249 


45 


22,883 


4,920 




21 




3 


1 

5 








2 




2 


76 


1 
1 

27 


20 






125 


1 


21 




24 


3,867 


1,880 




26 




2 


2 








3 
5 




1 


80 
159 


2 
2 
1 
1 


135 






1 


550 






100 


2 


26 




4 


3,429 


125 




11 




10 
4 


11 
11 












3 
3 


25 
6,692 
6,548 


18 

12 










45 
26 


3,070 


1 


11 




2,853 
















1 






15 


1 


75 









106 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



Grand Bank 

Molliers 

Grand Beach 

Frenchman's Cove 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



228 


42 


3 






3 


6 








17 


16 


8 






14 


4 


2 







3i 334; 16; 2,199 



SETTLEMENTS 




w 

cu 

U 


CO 


w 

a> 

a 

o 
o 

o 







- 






CO 

o 
i — i 






8 


o 
A 


o 

w 

u 


W 

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W 




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o 






Q 






n 


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X 


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w 


M 




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s 


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s 


cd 


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o 


« 


CO 
rj 

a 
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o 




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n 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


O 




a 


£ 


s 


£ 


Eh 


£ 


Eh 


^ 


Eh 


£ 


^ 




19 

9 

57 


3 

17 


7 

1 

22 


















Little St. Lawrence . 














Great St. Lawrence 






26 


25 


20 


















Roundabout 


1 

22 

4 


3 

17 
8 


1 

12 

1 


















Lord's Cove 






Taylor's Bay 




Pt. aux Gaul 


15 


22 


1 


















Lamaline East 


20 


9 


11 


2 


30 










.... 






25 


6 


17 


















Meadows 


13 


15 


5 


















Allan's Island 


38 


10 


13 


















High Beach 

Calmer 


3 


5 




















7 


6 

17 


3 


















Lourdes 







Green Island 


2 

2 

93 


1 

1 

26 




11 




3 


139 


4 




460 




I 



i 




Point Crewe 


917 




Fortune 


7 


6( 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



107 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


o 

pa 
3 




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60 

CO 
O 

tn 
cd 


w 
ft 

CO 


w 

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z 


in 
ft 

CO 

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o 


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i) 
Z 
a 

O 


in 

01 

z 



c 

o 


01 

z 

00 


£ 
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to 

ho 
C 


m 
Ol 

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0) 

w 

a 


60 

S 

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V 
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60 

CO 

c 
a 


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bo 
cu 

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H 

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W 


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73 
w 


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w 


3 


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W 


a 

CO 

o 


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5 '3 


01 
3 


o 


o 


60 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


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CO 


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H 


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z 


£ 


a 


z 


£ 


£ 


z 


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10 


10 


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si 


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5! 






28 


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6,012 


8| 5,150 








1 
10 


8 

72 




2 
3 




10 
60 


1 


1 
16 


1,044 
14,952 


17 
61 


82 






1,041 








25 


4 








31 




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20,213 


48 


1,570 




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9 

5 

31 

17 


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1 

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1 


21 
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910 
8,084 

860 
3,199 
5,430 


4 
22 

8 
25 
25 


65 






407 









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137 






592 




30 


640 








10 


11 




1 




21 


l 


4 


5,545 


22 


525 








6 


10 




2 




19 




1 


6,065 


9 


320 








13 


3 








13 


l 


3 


8,407 


19 


1,160 








1 

1 

15 


4 
1 




1 


1 




4 


3 

7 


585 

400 

2,045 

80 

95 

27,611 


8 
3 

5 

13 
41 


185 




13 


85 






195 


















42 


600 




1,576 


11 




4.635 




140 


2,745 


3 






8 .... 


81 


9 


26 


152,307 






1 












2 
3 


4 




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i; 


2 
25 
12 


3 

... 


1 

3 
1 


485 
2,940 
1,320 












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108 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Fortune Bay & Hermitage 

Point Enragee 

Great Jervais 

Barrisway de Plate 

Grand John 

Lange de Cerf 

St. Bernard's 

Jacques Fontaine 

Bay LArgent 

Little Bay East 

Little Harbour East ... 

Hr. Mille 

Terrenceville 

Grand le Pierre 

Pay's Cove 

English Hr. East 

Bay de L'Eau East 

New Harbour 

Femme 

Long Hr. Beach 

Hoop Cove 

Anderson's Cove 

Stone's Cove 

Hare Harbour 

Rencontre East 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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Q 



o 



w 




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Q 


re 

a 

m 


u 




o 


o 


§ 


o 


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1,887 



201 



27 

4 

1 

4 

3 

33 

19 

36 

26 

11 

58 

40 

8 

1 

23 

9 

2 

20 

2 

3 

15 

39 

5 

48 



315 



a 
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1,439 



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7 



15 






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o 
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a 

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592 



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201 1.900 



26 



190 



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c 

c 
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59 



30 
14 

15 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



109 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND GEAR, ETC. 




BUILDINGS 


2 

ca 
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m 

a 

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EH 


co 

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o 

a 
o 


a; 


CO 

o> 

a 
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to 
cm 

a 


CO 

a 

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01 

CO 

a 


I 

A 

CO 

35 


CO 

CO Ol 

bo"o 




co 

01 


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w> 

CO 

a 


CO 

bo 

0) 


o 
O 


O 

u 


b 

co 

co 


g 
CO 


g 

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CO 


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u 
u 
01 

X 


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u 


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a; a 

3'3 


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o 


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£ 


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£ 


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£ 


£ 


S 


£ 


£ 


£ 


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fe CO 


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14 


181 


4,171 

j 


130 

i 


2,265 


5 


368 


11 


2,372 


65 


61 


3G0 725 


SiO 


25,294 








76 


IS 




26 






1,344 
95 














13 




2 




2 






10 


72 








8 


14 




2 




1 






227 














15 




3 




3 






193 













1 


15 








1 






145 








220 


1 


31 




6 




18 




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11,835 


1 


1.000 






14 




28 

124 


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1 

7 




19 

55 


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1,415 
3,175 


















15 
56 


5 


86 
17 
62 




10 




27 

5 

64 




2 


2,620 

300 

6,542 


1 
19 






20 


10 


1 


9 


492 






9 


2 


136 


... 






31 






3,347 


12 


171 






7 




16 

5 

46 




1 




q 

1 

34 




1 


180 
40 

1,985 


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197 










22 




3! 


4 




1| 435 


4 


100 










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1 




1 




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48 


... 


9 




19 




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1 


6 


185 










4 




1 




4 




ICO 


1 


10 










8 




1 




5 




.. . | 225 


2 


30 








3 


51 
145 








29 
104 


3 


11 1,552 


4 

7 


120 


1 


25 


51 


6 


3 


7,900 


235 


1 


7 


7 




21 








10 






510 


2 


45 




6 


81 




11 




89 


16 


5 


4,582 


18 


1,080 



110 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Doctor's Harbour 

Lally Cove 

Bay du Nord 

Lake's Beach 

Turnip Cove 

Pool's Cove 

Corbin 

Barrow 

Belleoram 

St. Jacques 

St. Jacques Island 

English Hr. West 

Mose Ambrose 

Boxey 

Blanchett 

St. John's Bay 

Coomb's Cove 

Wreck Cove 

Red Cove 

Bay de L'Eau Island ... 

Miller's Passage 

Little Bay West 

Jersey Harbour 

Broad Cove 

Hr. Breton 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



6 
21 
42 

2 

8 
35 
15 

G 

155 

33 

99 
23 
35 
1 
5 
25 
15 
15 
13 
19 
1 

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7 

85 



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o 
W 



o 

3 



l 

3 

4 

1 
14 



BO 

a 



o 
H 



12 



181 



50 

50 
94 



16 



29 



532 



127 



to 

•A 

a 
< 



BO 

re 

a 
a 

o 



132 
33 







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u 






0) 






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a 






o 












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u 






o 


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CO 


c 
re 


BJJ 

a 
a 

G 


a 
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o 


o 


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f-< 


H 


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700 



I 
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1 



524 
130 



196 



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re 
C 

a 
o 

H 



:ENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



111 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



pq 



o 

55 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 





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60 






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w 




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co 
a 


CO 

bO 

u 


o 
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25 
12 



12 



41 
12 

41 



728 



127 



12 



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U 
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55 












11 








1 


53 








1 


95 

7 






12 




11 
43 
17 






1,013 




64 






33 


2 


88 


1 


on 
Zo 


626 


7 


25 






180 


3 


8 






94 


3 


28 



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48 



19 

38 

5 

5 

7 
25 



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55 



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bo 

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cu 

w 

d 
55 



14 

33 



64 

19 

4 

132 

54 



34 

16 

30 

1 

7 

42 

25 

36 

13 

34 

44 

13 

8 

25 



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1,037 

3,192 

12 

252 

2,253 

922 

398 

108,334 

5,075 



37,891 

17,055 

5,850 

20 

640 

8,342 

843 

910 

2,095 

1,555 

2,680 

33,725 

252 

11,538 



BUILDINGS 



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7 
6 
5 
9 

13 
6 
6 

13 



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120 
195 



3,070 
2,190 

431 

90 

220 

10 

60 

350 

150 

145 

98 

215 

650 

190 

170 

990 



112 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 







VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




SETTLEMENTS 


vi 

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o 


to 
o 

o 

3 


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m 

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o 

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CO 

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o 


o 


o 


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o 


o 


o 


o 


o 

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Sagona 

























Mercer's Cove 


19 


12 


4 
















1 



Forward's Cove 


5 


4 




















Great Harbour .. 


23 




13 


















Sagona Island 


24 


22 


2 


1 


8 














Dawson's Cove 


29 


2 


17 


1 


68 














Seal Cove 


40 


2 


13 


















Pass Island 


48 




25 


















Grole 


16 




11 


















Hermitage 


65 




33 


1 


38 


1 


16 










Furby's Cove 


9 




1 


















Barrisway Cove 


4 




1 
















' 


Round Cove 


11 

7 




1 
1 


















Hardy's Cove 














Little Passage 


2 




2 



















Gaultois 


24 


1 


11 






4 


155 


3 


160 






Piccaire 


18 




6 


1 


12 














Round Harbour 


14 




7 


1 


5 














Little Bay 


23 






















Patrick's Harbour 


4 
10 

4 




1 
1 


















Harbour Gallett 






Raymond's Point 












Burnt Woods 


4 
17 




1 







































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



113 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



CD 

M 

CO 

a 



41 



■on 



o 



OB 
CD 

< 



49 
68 



54 



I 



315 

12 



CO 



o 
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u 



19 



5 
IV 
14 
30 
82 
33 
15 
24 
23 

8 
42 
30 

5 
12 

6 
12 



co 




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ca 
u 
H 


CD 


C 


ri 


f> 


Q 


fl 


g 


7^ 


CO 


CO 


w 


o" 


o 


a 


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14 



17 

80 

9 
2 

4 
5 



13 

I 

211 

I 

9 



60 



CD 



60 

C 



W 



19 



55 

68 

121 

119 

108 
98 

160 

23 

7 

10 
10 
4 
23 
381 

35] 

I 

21| 

i 

3 

6 

10 

1 



cu 

a 

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60 

c 

3 

co 



BUILDINGS 





13 
CD 




CO 




p 




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PS 


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60 O 


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3 


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3,233 

582 

3,896 

2,656 

6,580 

3,571 

6,532 

3,089 

11,438 

5,890 

310 

500 

700 

100 

10,760 

2,245 

1,930 

1,000 

170 

395 

230 

302 

477 



19 

3 

17 

21 

45 

57| 

I 

59 

51 

97 

18 

6 

12 

11 

5 

37 

30 

25 

27 

2 

5 

3 



690 

100 

592 

650 

1,360 

481 

1,089 

1,085 

2,148 

200 

110 

115 

134 

25 

628 

715 

491 

495 

80 

65 

50 



114 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



SETTLEMENTS 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR 


, ETC. 








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w 






















o 



CO 

"C 
o 

Q 


CO 
o 

ffl 

o 


c 

o 
o 

o 
CO 

6/1 

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CD 


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CD 
C 

o 
o 

o 
CO 


CD 


CD 


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CO 

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a 
a 

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a 
a 
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o 


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o 


o 


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£ 


fc 


£ 


E- 


£ 


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OS 

CO 

a 
a 

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Head of Conne 

Morrisville 

Mill town 

Hd. of Bay D'Espoir 

Lector's Cove 

St. Joseph's 

St. Alban's 

Swanger's Cove 

Roti Point 

King's Cove 

Goblin 

Bay D'Est 

Couilliard 

Stanley's Cove 

Great Jervais 

Pushthrough 

Saddle Island 

McCallum 



1 

9 

18 

45 

17 
93 



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1 

1| 
I 

1! 

2! 



26| 1| 

14 

28 



1 
23 



20 
5 
1 



46 



39 



30 



43 



85 



53 



20 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



115 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


in 
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o 

g 

W 

QJ 




CD 

60 

to 

C 
CI 
O 

H 

a) 

cO 
ao 


co 
u 

H 

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o 


CD 
2 

O 


CO 

ft 
8 

§ 


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cd 




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CD 
2 

SI 
Q 
a 

o 


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CD 

too 

fl 

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U 
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CO 

cu 

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10 

60 

c 

CD 


CD 

a 

CO 

a 
ft 

CO 


BO 

a 
3 

en 

E 

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CD 
VI 

m CD 
IS 

60 "S 


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a 


01 


O 


O 


CO 


CO 


co 


w 


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33 


32 


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o 


o 


60 


o 


o 





o 


o 


o 


O 


o 


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CO 


2 


H 


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2 


2 


15 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


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8 














10 

907 

3,395 

1,083 










2 
4 






89 


3 












1 








2 


















2 
21 




1 
3 




5 

17 


1 


1 


276 
13,103 








124 






16 


16 




2 

3 

38 








1 

2 
10 







80 

75 

1,125 


5 








1 


152 










42 








19 




1 


1,160 


14 


105 










8 








2 






30 


1 


15 











7 








4 






225 


5 


40 











21 








24 






677 


10 


92 






133 


1 


31 




7 




58 







5,525 


23 


269 










3 




6 




2: 




1 


495 


8 


95 






20 




8 


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25 






I 815 


14 


10G 

L_ 



116 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Burgeo and LaPoile ... 

Rencontre West 

New Harbour 

Francois 

Cul de Sac West 

Penguin Island 
Cape LaHune 

Grey River 

Dog Cove 

Coppett 

Fox Island Harbour .... 
Ramea 

Deer Island 

Red Island 

Our Harbour 

Hunt's Harbour 

Burgeo 

Otter's Point 

Grand Bruit 

Frenchman's Cove 

East Bay 

North Bay 

Little Bay 

LaPlant'e 

Ireland Island 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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O 



o 



pq 



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BO 



o 

H 



869 101 



57 1 



40 
46 



37 
29 
8 
23 
47 
67 
18 
18 
13 
27 
161 
18 
51 



17 



I 
2071 28 



1 
3 
2 

3 

2 
1 
3 
4 

27 
5 
3 
3 
3 

47 
9 
3 



438 



249 



12 



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3 
< 

6 



76 



10 



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CO 

a 
a 
o 

H 



1,2E 



26 



199 



73 



40 



CD 
00 



70 



70 



u 
o 
■o 
a 

a 
6 



M 

a 

a 
c 
o 
E-i 



186 



186 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



117 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


CO 

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CD 


to) 

s 


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m 

a 

u 

CD 




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H 

o 


co 

a 

as 


en 

CD 


H 

G 
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o 


Q 

c 

o 


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oo ! 


CD 

m 

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m 

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CO 

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cd 

00 
CO 


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fa 


S 

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o 


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o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


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o 


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CO 


a 


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£ 


£ 


£ ! 


£ 


£ 


S 


£ 


£ 


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fe CO 


> 


68 


896 

1 


2,893 


39 78 


20 


520 


2 


1,515 


7 


9 


216,163 


609 


25,354 


" 


1 
43 


G9 


■ ! 3 




7 




141 







4,300 


34 


1,524 








... 


8 




2 




126 






3,370 


32 


910 


9 


148 


148 


3 


9 




21 




165 




3 


15,259 


50 


2,099 


1 


15 


15 


2 




2 


4 




30 






2,032 


12 


155 








4 




27 




4 
65 






170 
5,269 


1 
23 


30 








4 


584 








1 






1 




40 






2,354 


16 


216 




37 




1 










15 
23 






431 
3,725 


8 
10 


58 


2 


37 


160 


6 


97 


97 












85 






8,920 


30 


460 


5 


87 


542 


3 






6 




78 






35,159 


39 


723 




12 




1 






19 

14 




29 
24 






1,722 
2,695 


14 
13 


161 


1 


12 


198 














6 




47 






1,370 


12 


229 








13 


36 


7 


5 
23 




46 
120 


O 
O 


2 


1,494 
25,811 


20 
39 


258 


5 


49 


371 


990 


3 


39 


39 




1 


2 


28 




9 


1 




2,813 


8 


551 


7 


119 


131 




6 




9 




63 


2 


1 


4,861 


7 


695 










7 
3 
1 




2 
1 




1 
3 




1 


38 

210 

1,230 

2,244 


1 
3 


10 






35 










40 


9 


24 


10 


131 














10 




4 






400 
25 


1 


10 














1 







118 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



" 






, 
















VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 




































o 












O 




SETTLEMENTS 




<u 
'u 


"as 


a 




§ 








O 






o 
Q 


Q 

f-t 

o 


o 

m 

u 
o 


BO 

a 
'3 


<u 


.a 

cj 
W 

x' 


0) 




cu 


S-< 
O 
T3 
CO 

t4 


V 






o 


o 


in 


W> 




M 




BJJ 




M 




o 


a 


s 


u 


ttf 


< 


CO 

a 

a 


pq 


as 
H 

a 


J 


CIS 
C 

C 




o 


C) 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


6 


o 


O 






£ 


a 


a 


"A 


En 


& 


Eh 


^ 


Eh 


£ 


H 


Indian Harbour 


5 
15 




1 

6 
6 






1 
17 


13 
235 










West Point 








Petites 






Harbour le Cou 


24 

12 

5 


" 


3 


2 


67 


7 
5 
3 


111 
68 
33 










Diamond Cove 










Caines Island 




2 














Rose Blanche 


46 
16 


2 


6 

18 


16 


138 


24 


356 










Channel 










Port aux Basques 


18 

12 


2 


23 

2 
5 


2 


22 


2 


99 










Lake's Brook 










Mouse Island 


















Grand Bay West 


8| 


1 


3| 




1 








1 
.....1 


I 


1 





Osbornes 


' I 1 
5 




i : i 


Cape Ray 


15 . 





















Grand Bay East 


.... 




! 






Margaree 

Fox Roost 

Isle aux Morte 








- 


Burnt Island 

Brazil 












Mosquito 






Muddy Hole 

Richard's Harbour 

Lock's Cove 






Cul de Sac East 

















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



119 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



CO 
O 

M 



o 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



CD 
OjO 

co 

a 
a 

o 
H 



bo 
C3 



o 
H 



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CD 
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6 



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O 

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6 







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£ 




a, 






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1* 


0) 


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n 


iz; 


S 

o 


o 


a 


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g 


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CO 


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CO 


s 

1 — 1 
CO 

CO 


CD 

K 


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o 


o 


o 


£ 


£ 


£ 


a 



0) 

a 
'3 

CO 

g 
a 

CO 

u 

d 



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a 



fa 



BUILDINGS 



T3 

<U 

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fa CO 



3 



14 

2 
10 



162 



15 
73 



13 
235 
178 
68 
33 
356 
138 
283 



15 

73 



15 
23 



4 

21 

19 

213 



16 
35 
63 
28 
10 
102 
57 
11 



20 

15 

1 

8 



65 

1,597 

12,035 

8,788 

3,014 

835 

21,235 

11,706 

21,481 

675 

3,820 

4,565 

55 

390 



io! 

15j 

10| 

I 

91 

4J 

30| 

! 

17| 



1 
11 

8 
21 
28 

2 

6 

12 
20 

8 
11 



121 

248 

590 

145 

70 

844 

4,910 

3,000 



1,000 

307 

402 

1,082 

1,465 

280 

34 

95 

175 

114 

285 



120 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 

Q 



o 
13 



a 
o 

m 



BO 

g 
d 



BjO 

C 

c 



C 

o 
c 

o 

< 

6 
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CD 
BO 
CO 



60 
CO 

C 

fi 
o 
H 



O 
tS 

a 
u 

res 
6 



a 
a 
a 
o 
Eh 



St. George-Port au Fort 

Red Rocks 

Wreck House 

McDougall's Gulch 

St. Andrews 

Tompkins 

Searston 

Upper Ferry 

Millville 

Woodville 

Codroy and Cape Anguille 

Middle Barachoix 

Jeffrey's 

St. David's 

St. Fintan's 

Highlands 

Cartyville 

Robinson's 

Heatherton 

Fischell's 

Fischell's Siding 

Shallop Cove 

Muddy Hole 

Flat Bay 

St. Teresa's 



647 48 



3 

15 
4 

10 
1 
6 
2 

1 
i) 

19 

19 
1 
G 
7 
6 

11 
5 
1 

20 
5 
1 
7 



100 



65 



41 

I 
20' 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



121 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


, BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


to 

o : 
m 

c 

m 

> 

6 


a> 
bo 

CO 

a 
a 
o 
H 

30 

1 


CD 
bO 
CO 
C 

d 
o 

cu 

CO 

bo 

11 

Sh 

bo 
bo 


a 

CO 

u 
E-i 

■g 
O 

i 


W 

+-> 

O 

U 
d 


w 
ft 

CO 

S 
o 

s 

"co 
W 

6 


w 

Id 

o 

£ 
to 

d 


CD 

S-i 



a 

o 

n 

"cO 
W 

6 


W 
-t-> 
<L> 

SO 

c 

IH 

0) 

K 
d 


en 

a 
xn 

bo 

a 

CD 

W 

d 


ID 

a 
'3 
to 

.g 

CO 

U 

d 


Value of All Fishing 
Equipment $ 


T3 
CD 
w 

to OJ 
(§.S 

M o 

fe id 


ID 

'cO 
> 


2| 

1 


95 


71 

-1 


12 


57 


716 




560 


15 


1 


71,820 


503 


16,617 








1 




5 

8 

4 

1 

30 













20 


4 












125 










55 

840 

55 

773 

120 

1,150 
600 

5,252 
370 

1,417 

3,699 
25 
708 
699 
720 
871 
475 
150 
823 

1,211 

1 

1 7 








6 


5 














9 


















9 

1 
25 

5 

34 

111 


1 

7 

47 

4 

9 

11 


4 

35 
1 
7 


185 








1 

4 

1 
2 
2 
2 

1 
1 

1 




i 












1,076 
20 








1 






345 






465 


















4 
5 
3 
8 
1 

48 
15 


1 
3 
8 
2 


20 






5 

15 

5 

3 

1 

12 

19 

77 


85 






275 








40 
















12 

4 

| 






285 






65 






11 









6 




1,787 


6 


75 



122 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats raid 



SETTLEMENTS 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
P 



h2 
a 
o 

m 






'on 
to 



o 



a 

o 
o 
A 
a 
W 

< 

6 



■on 

a 

a 
o 
H 







to 






h 






ID 






-M 






!U 






O 












fe 












o 


01 

M 

a 
a 
pq 


01 

CO 

a 
a 


73 

to 
u 

CO 

a 


o 


O 


o 


a 


H 


3 



CD 

CO 

a 
a 



•Journois 

Matt's Point 

Barachoix 

St. George's 

Sandy Point 

Stephenville Crossing 

Stephenville 

Kippens 

Port au Port 

Felix Cove 

Bellman's Cove 

Boswarlos 

Romaine's Brook 

Point au Maul 

Fox Island River 

Campbell's Creek 

Abraham's Cove 

Jerry's Nose 

Tom Touche's Cove 

Ship Cove 

Lower Cove 

Sheaves Cove 

Marche's Point 

Red Brook 

De Grau 



4 

30 

38 

12 

2 

15 

29 

9 

2 

7 



35 
3 
7 
5 
5 
3 

11 

22 
9 

11 



22 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



123 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS AND 


SEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


CO 
O 
ffl 

CI 




o> 
bo 
co 
d 
a 
o 

01 


VI 

ft 

CB 

E-i 


en 
-^ 

0) 

55 


ft 

CO 

& 

§ 


w 

o> 
55 
« 




W 


o 


-J3 

0) 

55 
bo 


vi 

0) 

fl 
to 

bo 

a 


CO 
0) 

'3 

CO 


bo 

a 
<* 


■a 

0) 

W 

P 

d w 

bo"o 
.S55 
■5tj 




VI 


01 
bo 

CO 

S 

a 


60 

0> 

cm 


o 
U 


T3 

o 
U 


"to 
OT 


6 

"cO 

w 


"cO 
W 




CD 


ft 

CO 

U 


0) ft 

3 "3 


OJ 

3 


o 


o 


M 


o 


o 


o 





o 


o 


O 


o 


co er 


■3 c 


CO 


55 


tr> 


< 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


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pt< CO 


> 








1 






27 
15 




4' 




■ 


1,445 

71 


10 
1 


113 

50 








1 
8 






24 
55 




2 
59 






198 
3,541 


26 










4,054 








14 
6 


2 


8 


244 
3 




43 
10 


.... 




8,012 
2,770 


37 
4 


2,630 






115 








1 
17 






4 




1 
15 
19 
3 
1 
7 
3 
5 
7 
3 
2 
3 


1 
1 


1 


70 

955 

1,980 

432 

520 

413 

145 

351 

1,490 

1,032 

125 

258 


7 

42 
11 
6 
6 
3 
5 
6 
3 
4 
3 


135 












1,027 






245 










160 








2 




110 




1 


63 






60 






350 










50 






71 












1 


30 












1 


1 
1 

1 




5 
4 

7 

22 

6 

8 






426 
733 
50 
979 
1,057 
649 
452 


5 
6 

O 

a 

9 
16 
10 

9 


36 
139 








35 






140 






360 








112 






91 






1 




1 



124 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



SETTLEMENTS 



Cape St. George 

Mainland 

Three Rock Cove 

Salmon Cove 

Lourdes 

Winter House 

West Bay 

West Bay Centre.. 
Piccadilly 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





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w 






■*-> 




u 


co 




o 


o 


0) 


u 


« 


o 
Q 


^( 


>H 


<J 


O 




o 


o 


<4H 
O 


s 


s 


6 


n 


d 


£ 


£ 


£ 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



w 



38 

24 
14 
4 
30 
16 
12 
12 
10 



D 



< 



65 



CO 



o 







M 






h 






CD 












CO 






O 






E 






n 






o 






T) 


CO 

« 


4) 
S» 

CO 
C 

c 


.Q 
CO 
Hi 


o 




o 


•z 


H 


£; 






O 

H 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



125 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS 


BOATS 


AND 


GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

+^ 
a 
o 
cq 

a 
i 


CD 
bo 

O 

En 


M 

ra 

o 
Eh 

CD 
-t-J 
03 
60 
CD 

& 
< 


ft 

03 

■g 

U 

6 


CD 

T3 
O 
U 

6 


CO 

ft 

CD 

o 

e 
•i 

to 



5 


CD 
O 

jj 
to 
o 


-3 

CD 

M 
P 

d 

o 

e. 

to 

6 


■s 

BO 

'S 

CD 

K 
6 


CD 

a 
to 

M 

a 

'u 

cu 

w 

d 


CD 

a 
'3 
to 

a 

ft 
03 

u 

d 


bo 

.9 

£ 

•H D 
CD ft 

2 ? 

03 p 1 


T3 

CD 

CO 

£> 

ra CD 

° a 

W) o 

y-i fi 
pH cd 


CD 

3 
> 








1 
1 
1 


1 
7 








13 
22 

7 


6 

3 
4 




4,139 
1,782 
1,526 

530 
4,042 
1,821 

957 
1,472 
1,975 


47 

20 

10 

1 

24 

20 

8 

6 

2 


708 






342 






228 




1 


30 










575 




30 


30 
65 


36 
7 
9 

13 


560 






137 


2 


1 


80 
15 













126 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats ani 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 












w 












W 




























SETTLEMENTS 






a 


a 

o 
o 

a 




c 

o 








-4-» 

O 






C/l 

'Eh 


p 


o 

m 

u 


01 




o 

w 




V 




o 












o 


(1 


V 


X 


0) 


X 


"j 


J-l 


<1> 






o 


o 


w 


bfl 


3 


6j0 


B0 




W> 




O 


s 


s 


fa 


ctf 


< 


td 


M 


a 


J 


ffl 

CI 

a 




o 


o 


a 


o 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 


o 




2 


£ 


S 


a 


H 


& 


H 


£ 


E-i 


£ 


E-i 


Humber, Total 


357 


8 


266 


4 


108 


1 


23 










Corner Brook 


1 




1 


















Curling 


27 




27 


















Petries 


10 


1 


20 


1 


40 














Georgetown 


1 




1 


















Mount Moriah 


1 
12 




25 
10 


















Halfway Point 


1 


21 












Benoit's Cove 


12 
5 

14 


1 


11 
2 
3 

10 




































Little Port 


4 




1 


















Batteau Cove 


7 
25 
10 
13 


1 


2 
8 
2 
5 


















Lark Harbour 






York Harbour 






Chimney Cove 

lrishtown 






2 




2 


















12 




11 




















19 




27 




















21 
20 




10 

13 
























1 


23 












30 




16 




















9 


1 


6 




















26 


1 


18 































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



127 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



cd 
to 

CO 

a 
a 
o 
H 



CD 




60 




CO 




g 


w 


o 


ft 


Eh 


co 






CD 


H 


+J 




cd 
bX) 


T3 


CD 


O 


M 




bo 


o 


< 


fc5 



131 



40 



21 



23 



13 
o 
U 



19 



10 



0) 

g 

o 



co 
w 

o 



03 

W 

6 



250 
2 

17 

30 

20 

22 

4 

5 

2 

2 
5 

1 



14 
22 
13 
58 
10 



CD 

CO 

g 



6 



6341 

6 

I 

22 

45 

3 

30 

32 

17 



14 

3 

6 
44 . 

3 
16 

7 
77 
18 
45. 
47 
19 
34 



I 

CD 



to 
O 

6 



to 
g 

.2 

< g 
°s 

CD Pi 
CO JJ 1 



70,844 
1,000 
1,292 
3,020 

400 
2,650 
5,438 
2,930 

618 

404 
4,053 

542 

830 
3,841 

685 
2,930 

240 
3,815 
6,986 
2,637 
4,865 
4,747 
2,095 
3,432 



BUILDINGS 



T3 

CD 



en CD 

p-.S 

60 "o 
.S3 

V g 

m ts 



11 
2 

7 
1 



9 

1 

12 

3 

11 

2 
12 
1 
5 
5 



3 
> 

8,926 



2,940 

1,400 

465 

200 



240 

25 

731 
100 
340 

250 

1,040 

35 

775 

185 



128 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

01 

'u 
o 
A 

o 

d 


w 

01 

'C 
o 

P 

;-. 
_o 

o 

6 


W 

o 

m 

u 
q 

o 
d 


w 

!h 
0) 
CI 
O 
O 
,B 

o 
W 

60 

B 


© 

to 
to 
a 

3 


c 

o 
o 

o 
CO 

< 
d 


01 
60 
(0 

a 
3 
o 
H 


to 

S-l 
0) 

.M 
B 
to 

W 

6 


60 

a 
a 
a 
o 
H 


to 

<u 

to 
o 

o 

T3 

to 

£0 

d 


60 

to 

B 

B 

o 
H 


Goose Arm 

Innismara 


9 
41 
22 


1 


4 
19 
12 


2 
















Wood's Is. Hr 


47 




Humbermouth 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



129 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



o 
cq 



o 



CD 

ho 

cd 

a 
a 

o 
H 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



co 



o 



bjj 
cu 

< 



47 



ft 
CO 



T3 
o 

o 

6 



T3 
O 
U 



a 

o 

I 

CO 

w 

o 
2 



3 

o> 

.9 

cu 



W 

W) 

g 



o 
5 



5 
43 
98 



a 

CO 

U 
I 






CD ft 

■23 

CO O 1 



709 
5,000 
5,685 



BUILDINGS 



xs 




<v 




w 




t> 




en cu 








(§■3 




M o 


tO- 


.S£ 


3 
73 


1? 


fr to 


> 



200 



130 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



St. Barbe, Total 

Trout River 

Curzon Village 

Woody Point 

Muddy Brook 

Winter House Brook .. 

St. Joseph's Cove 

Shoal Brook 

Silver Point 

Birchy Head 

Silverton 

Glenburnie 

Gad's Harbour 

Mill Cove 

Neddie's Harbour 

Morris Point 

Wild Cove 

Rocky Harbour 

Woody Cove 

Bear Cove 

Lobster Cove 

Baker's Brook 

Green Point 

Salley's Cove 

Martin's Point 



VI ^ELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



£ 



636 



56 

17 

21 
3 
6 
5 
7 
6 
5 
2 
6 
5 
2 
8 

18 
7 

28 
6 

20 
9 
4 
3 

15 
2 



19 



to 

o 
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410 



30 
13 
1 



7 
1 
8 

1 
5 

1 
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10 



20 



01 
00 
CO 

£ 



432 



75 
50 



23 



36 



20 



CD 

a 

o 
o 



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6 



8> 

bo 



o 
H 



200 



60 

ra 

a 
a 
o 



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T3 
CO 
Sh 

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a 
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6 



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CO 

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C 
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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



13 J 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



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CO 
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a 

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CO 
C 

a 
o 
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CO 

60 
CD 

60 



637 



H 

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296 



CD 

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6 







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w 




£ 




CO 
H 


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£ 


Q 


& 


§ 


o 


d 


bJO 

a 


s 

1 — 1 
CO 
W 


CO 

w 


£ 
i — i 

CO 

w 


CD 


n 


o 


d 


o 


a 


£ 


a 


a 



w 



CO 

u 



44 



211 



745 



17 



30 



CO 

a 






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33 

CO o< 



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CD 




w 




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60 O 


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368 



36,210 



75 
50 



23 



36 



20 



36 



22 
4 
6 



11 



18 
9 

fa 



14 
2 
1 



134 

47 

53 

2 

12 

5 

21 

18 

21 

4 

9 

7 



15 
33 
10 
18 

13 
3 

2 

1 

12 

2 



15,481 

5,590 

5,075 

750 

215 

145 

980 

3,500 

1,760 

300 

1,495 

425 

15 

1,500 

4,200 

620 

4,815 

490 

2,125 

695 

400 

500 

2,288 

50 



38 
12 
11 
1 
2 
1 
7 
3 
3 



3,015 
830 

1,120 
100 
250 
25 
310 
140 
170 

195 
250 

55 
123 

60 
580 

595 
150 

30 

50 

270 

10 



132 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



VL ^ELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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o 
pq 






O 

H 



o 



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ho 



CD 
M 

to 

o 
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o 

a 



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s 

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St. Paul's 

Cow Head 

Belldown's Point 

Three Mile Rock 

Parson's Pond 

Portland Creek 

Daniel's Harbour 

Bellburns 

River of Ponds 

Spirity Cove 

King's Cove 

Hawk's Bay 

Port Saunders 

Gargemelle 

Port au Choix 

Old Port au Choix 

St. John's Island 

Eddie's Cove West 

Tilt Cove 

Doctor's Brook 

Barr'd Harbour 

Castor River 

Bartlett's Harbour 

Ferrole Point 



1 
18 

46 

4 

1 
31 

3 
39 
17 

91 2 

71 

8| 1 
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9J ... 
12 



10 

1 
14 
5 
2 
2 
4 



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2 
8 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



133 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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m 



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£ 


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bo 

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w 


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20 
2 
1 

17 
1 

23 
9 
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3 
21 
5 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
3 
3 



50 

1,355 

4,517 

230 

40 

4,280 

440 

5,715 

7,120 

2,040 

1,775 

1,405 

70 

2,990 

515 

3,140 

1,125 

225 

820 

200 

120 

350 

250 

1,225 

350 



80 

20 

195 

190 
405 

50 

100 

95 



360 

100 

1,635 

70 
100 
210 

50 
100 
150 
150 
135 
200 



134 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



New Ferrole 

Shoal Cove 

Reef's Harbour 

Bird Cove 

Brig Bay 

Plum Point 

Blue Cove 

Pond Cove 

St. Genevieve Bay... 
Gooseberry Island... 

Current Island 

Forrester's Point 

Black Duck Cove ... 

Pidgeon's Cove 

St. Barbe 

Anchor Point 

Deadman's Cove.... 

Bear Cove 

Chambers Island.... 

Seal Point 

Flower's Cove 

Nameless Cove 

Mistaken Cove 

Savage Cove 

Sandy Cove 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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w 






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CO 


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o 


p 


m 


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u 


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n 


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£ 


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£ 


£ ■ 



1 

4 

5 

3 

2 

21 

12 

2 

9 

12 



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p 
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6 



17 



15 



10 



15 
15 
28 



31 



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CO 



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200 







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o 












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CO 


c 

CO 

m 


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BO 
CO 

a 
a 


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CO 


o 


o 


o 


£ 


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£ 



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a 
o 
H 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



135 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



BUILDINGS 































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cu 

co 
cu 


cu 

CO 

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CO 

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CO 
BO 
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co 
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CO 

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o 

u 


co 

ft 

CO 

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a 

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CO 
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a 

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0) 

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s 

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W 


CO 

cu 
BO 

a 

CU 

w 


ro 
CD 

a 

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to 

to 
c 

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cu 


W 

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cu 

CO 

Ej 

a 

CO 

o 


Bfl 

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CO 

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gj a 

53 


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cp 

CO 

13 

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p 


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CO 


2 


H 


< 


a 


s 


s 


£ 


a 


£ 


1? 


£ 


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fe ca 


> 









5 










7 


1 




1,945 


6 


900 


1 




17 


12 
8 






1 




14 
18 


1 




4,200 
2,980 


4 


2,850 
550 









5 






1 




9 


1 





1,700 


3 


500 






61 


6 






1 




4 






6,220 


4 


950 








6 
8 
2 
1 
2 
8 






4 
1 
1 




3 
6 
2 
1 
2 
9 


1 
1 


1 

1 



2 


1,750 

2,675 

950 

300 

800 

3,100 


3 

n 

3 

1 
6 


260 






950 






320 












2 
3 


300 




15 


1,400 








4 
5 






2 
5 




7 
4 


1 


1 


1,775 
2,500 


5 
3 


550 




10 


900 






15 


1 
1 
9 






2 




1 


1 


1 


400 

450 

4,550 


1 
1 
6 


200 






200 




2 


2,550 






15 


5 






3 




1 

2 




1 

1 


3,150 


2 


300 






28 


3 

2 

2 

16 


16 








2 
1 

2 
20 


2 
1 


1 
1 


3,870 

873 

1,050 

16,202 


4 

3 

23 


560 






90 








170 




231 


1 


2,050 








8 

2 
9 


2 
1 








8 
1 

8 


1 


1 
1 
1 


4,345 

700 

5,045 


7 
1 

7 


775 




■ 


20 








730 








19 










14 

1 


1 




8,960 


1 10 


1,750 








1 



136 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 







VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 












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CO 












p 




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CD 




SETTLEMENTS 






to 


O 

o 

Xi 
o 




o 

a 

o 
o 
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o 

w 








CO 


5 






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Q 




u 
o 


o 
cq 

o 


w 

a 
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4) 


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in 
HI 


o 


14 

o 

CO 


CD 






o 


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Ul 


M 




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a 


fe 


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< 


tB 


m 


CO 


J 


a 




o 


o 


o 


O 




o 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 




fc 


£ 


£ ^ 


Eh 


£ 


H 


fc 


Eh 


£ 


Eh 


Shoal Cove East 


1 

3 




5 


















Poynes Cove 




3 








Green Island Cove 


3 
1 
11 
3 
1 


l 


16 
2 

13 
G 
1 


















Lower Cove 








Green Island Brook 






Eddies Cove 






I 


Four Mile Cove 








Big Brook 


3 




3 



















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



137 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 









VESSELS. BOATS AND GEAR, 


ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

"S 

o 

« 
a 

u 

CD 
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W 

o> 
6 


CD 
HO 

CO 

c 
a 
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H 


01 

w> 
co 

o 
H 

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a 

60 

0) 

&-I 
60 

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w 

a 

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S-. 

Eh 

o 
U 

6 


o 
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d 


a 

CO 

Eh 

fl 
o 

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ra 
w 

d 


to 

a 

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s 

« 
o 


-3 

CD 
& 

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c 

o 

S 

w 

d 


42 

BO 

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CD 

w 

d 


<u 
g 

to 

w> 

c 

OJ 

K 

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w 
0) 

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w 

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s 

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5 '3 

CO G 1 


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7 

7 
16 

2 
13 

5 

2 


4 
1 
3 

1 
3 
2 
5 


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1 


2 
4 
12 
1 
6 
4 


i 

i 

i 
i 
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1 
1 
2 

3 

1 


2,380 
1,880 
7,905 

700 
5,020 
1,457 

150 


9 

13 
2 

12 
5 
1 


780 

1,230 
75 




i 
i 


3 


3,055 

250 

30 




3 


935 


3 


22C 



138 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Labrador, Total 

L'Anse au Clair 

Forteau 

L'Anse Amour 

L'Anse au Loup 

L'Anse au Diable 

Capstan Island 

West St. Modeste 

Pinware 

East St. Modeste 

Carrott's Cove 

Red Bay 

Fry's Cove 

Barge Bay 

Henley Harbour 

Cape Charles 

Battle Harbour 

Indian Cove 

Mary's Harbour 

Fox Harbour 

Deep Water Creek 

Seal Bight 

Murray's Harbour 

William's Harbour Bight 
Francis Harbour Bight ... 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Q 



o 



481 



10 

31 

4 

20 

8 

5 

10 

10 

8 

3 

25 

1 

2 

1 

1 

4 

2 

3 

4 



pq 



o 



435 



11 

35 
8 

21 
5 
4 
7 
6 
6 
3 

24 
4 
7 

10 
5 

15 
5 
2 
5 
1 
2 
2 

6 
G 



u 

CO 



o 
H 



33 



I I 



a 
o 

o 

x: 

CJ 

W 

•A 

3 

< 

6 



a 
o 

H 



36 



c 
c 
o 



a, 
o 

E 



o 

a 

Si 

a 

a 

6 



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a 

a 
o 
H 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



139 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 







VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 






BUILDINGS 


w 

co 
o 
M 

a 

u 

CD 

s 


tan 

« 

a 
a 


CD 

w> 
ca 

o 
H 

CO 

<u 


a 

CO 

H 

o 
U 


w 

O) 

z 

T3 

o 


ft 

u 
§ 

s 
n 


CO 

CD 
Z 

a 

O 

B 
« 
to 


VI 

-t-> 
CD 

Q 

o 

s 

"co 
w 


J2 

CD 

.3 

CD 


CD 

a 
to 

bfl 

B 

'S 
>-< 

CD 


CO 

CD 

.s 

CD 

w 

ft 

CO 

O 


bo 

g 

CD ft 

53 


T3 

CD 
Ui 

£> 

W CD 

(§.S 

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sz 

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CD 

3 


d 


O 


M 


o 


o 


a 


o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


ra cy 


•™ a 


CO 


& 


H 


<d 


z 


z 


Z 


a 


Z 


£ 


£ 


z 


>^ 


fe CO 


> 


2 | 


30 


104 


185 


4 


37 


1,129 


16 


122 


8 


63 


201,321 


462 


41,665 








14 










5 




10 


5,520 


17 


2,190 










2 




1 




9 




13 


7,745 


33 


3,590 








8 










3 




4 


1,000 


4 


200 
















1 


17 




8 


4,090 


25 


1,575 


















5 
4 




2 

4 


830 
910 


8 
7 


330 




4 


370 














1 
11 


2 
6 


5 
4 


2 


1 
3 


1,030 
3,335 


10 
6 


560 




1 






280 












1 


8 
1 




2 
2 




2 


1,230 
510 


3 


400 






140 








23 


2 




23 


1 


25 




2 


9,770 


26 


1,288 








4 
5 






1 

4 




1 
2 






940 
1,610 


6 

7 


295 








435 








9 

20 

10 

5 

1 




6 
2 


50 
62 
52 
26 
14 




8 
8 
9 
3 
1 


2 
1 

2 


2 

2 
1 
1 


8,990 

16,515 

10,305 

6,480 

2,110 


6 

12 

18 

5 

1 


1,160 








1,125 








1,120 








285 


1 


15 


15 


140 








3 

1 
3 
2 
3 






65 
6 

13 
8 

36 


1 


1 


1 


1 


8,595 
1,000 
3,000 
2,400 
6,570 


16 
1 
2 
2 
4 


930 









100 






1 


195 







220 






1 


430 






4 






15 




1 






5,845 


5 


595 



140 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, 


BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 












CD 

n 




W 






























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0) 








CO 








O 


W 






a 








O 




SETTLEMENTS 




£ 


cC 


O 




o 








fa 






CD 





« " 




si 




w 










o 

p 


o 


o 


S3 

2 


V 




0) 


01 

iA 


CD 


■a 

CO 


CD 






o 


o 


w 


BO 


p 


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ao 




80 




o 


s 


s 


fa 


a 

a 

a 


< 


CO 


a 


cS 

c 


1-1 


CC 
S3 
S3 




o 


n 





n 


o 






6 




o 






£ 


£ 


£ 


5 


R 


£ 


e-i 


£ 


H 


s: 


H 


Fishing Ships Harbour 


2 
9 




5 
12 


















George's Cove 















Square Islands 


3 




3 


















Snug Harbour 


























Triangle 


1 




3 




















Vension Islands 




3 




















Hawke's Harbour 


1 




2 




















Bolsters Rock 


4 




1 





















Seal Islands 


3 




3 



















Batteau 


3 

8 

4 




4 
11 

4 



















Spotted Island 






Black Tickle 






Salmon Bight 






Indian Tickle 


5 
4 




4 
2 










i 














Cape North 


7 




r» 


















Hare Harbour .. 


4 




l 




















3 






















Snack Cove 


5 
55 




4 
23 






1 


15 










Cartwright 






Separation Point 


5 
1 




2 


















Muddy Bay 








Indian Harbour 


2 
9 




1 
5 


















Independent 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



141 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



pq 



01 



o 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



o 
Eh 



15 



a 

M 

a 
a 
d 
o 



a 

60 
bo 
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15 



15 



a 

CO 

In 

Eh 

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o 
O 

6 



O 
U 

6 















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rn 




£ 




a, 


w 




w 


CO 


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S-i 




o 


o 


a 


be 


h 


a 


& 


J-l 


m 


CO 


a 
m 




w 


W 


w 


o 


o 


6 


o 


£ 


& 


£ 


£ 



c 
'2 
w 
bfl 
g 

01 

K 

6 
2 



12 
6 

15 
6 

13 
215 

7 



13 



7 
15 

17| 1 

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3 

1G 

5 

9 



1 
2 

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CD 

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CD 

M 

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CO 

U 

6 

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60 

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BUILDINGS 



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m 
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B a 
W-H 



1,400 
4,280 
4,310 
70C 
4,000 



13| 

31 
i 

1[ 
I 

2! 



2,560 


5 


700 


1 


55 


3 


365 


4 


1,485 


4 


2,215 


81 


1,100 


4 




2 


1,465 


3 


800 


1 


1,237 


6 


295 


2! 


30 


1 
2 


1,230 


1 
4; 


15,732 


11 


1,000 


3 


40 


1 


400 


1 


1,945 


4 



200 

1,460 

320 

90 

260 

470 

250 

320 

420 

320 

2.880 

460 

100 

1,000 

500 

865 

50 

70 

950 

1,760 

230 

50 

50 

325 



142 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table II, Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 





VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


SETTLEMENTS 


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Grassey Cove 

Little Harbour 

Hannoick 


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Mulligan 

Salt Water Pond 

North West Islands 

Butter and Snow 

North West River 

Grand Lake 


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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



143 



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550 


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90 



144 



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Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Bluff Head 

Rattler's Bight ... 

Winter's Cove 

Big Island 



Fox Island .. 
Davis Inlet . 
Tilt Cove .. 
Tessinjaluk 
Leal Cove .. 
Adlavik 



Big Bight 



Makkovik 

Ailik 

Makkovik Bay 

Kipokak Bay 

Island Harbour 

Island Harbour Bay.. 

Hopedale 

Kanakgetok Bay 

Allatok Bay 

Big Bay 

Flowers' Bay 

Daniel's Rattle 



Tessinjak 

Anaksarkarusek 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



145 



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VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 


BUILDINGS 


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560 


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146 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 11. Fisheries: Vessels, Boats and 



SETTLEMENTS 



Kikkertaujaluk 

Akuliakattak 

Eiibliktaluk 

Karngardlualuk 

Parngasiarvik 

Kauk Bight 

Nain 

Black Island 

Ogasiorvik 

Udlik 

T'ininek 

Nakkia 

Sillutalik 

Napartoksoak 

Okak 

Hebron 

Sillupat 

Napartok 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



147 



Gear, etc., by Districts and Settlements 



VESSELS, BOATS AND GEAR, ETC. 



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6,025 



Oensus of Newfoundland and JLabrador, l;7O0 



SECTION II 



Occupied Land, Produce, Live Stock and Live Stock Products 



1. OCCUPIED LAND AND PRODUCE 

As was the case in previous Censuses, the particulars required under this head 
seem to have caused the enumerators much trouble, and it has been necessary for the 
compilers to exercise great care in order to arrive at a near correct total for the various 
areas of land under produce. 

As Agriculture has not been the chief aim of those occupying land — it being con- 
sidered an auxiliary to other employment — there was usually some difficulty in 
obtaining precise information upon the points set out on the Census Schedules. Much 
difficulty was experienced in getting the area of land under the various crops, and as 
rhe people had no record of their produce they could give but an estimate of the 
quantity grown. 

The number of acres of land occupied is 215,462, being nearly an acre for each 
inhabitant; for those owning land or heads of families the average is 5.4 acres each. 
4 total of 71,697 acres are recorded as "improved"; 31,759 acres in pasture; 112,006 
acres in woods or timber and 20,500 acres in vegetables. 

The number giving their occupation as Farmers is 4,226 or 1,000 more than in 
1921. In addition to Farmers; a total of 35,532 persons cultivated the land. A quantity 
cf the crops produced was sold, but the greater proportion was kept for use in the home. 

Crops Produced 

The quantities of crops grown as given in the Census Returns for the year 1934 
were as follows: — Potatoes 2,052,928 bushels; turnips 95,445 barrels; cabbage 
14,207,965 pounds; hay 52,459 tons; other root crops 44,912 bushels. The total value 
of all agricultural products — vegetables and fruit — is $3,267,650. 

No provision was made in the Schedules for the quantity of Wheat, Barley and 
Oats grown, but columns for the quality of grain threshed and kind of grain were 
provided. 

The returns give 3,750 bushels of grain as being threshed, valued at $3,000. This 
grain consisted of Oats and Wheat. 

The estimated values used in order to arrive at the total value of the various crops 
-and may be used to get the total value per settlement— were as follows, namely: — 



150 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Potatoes, per bushel $ 0.70 Grain, per bushel $0.80 

'lurnips, per barrel . 1.50 Fruit 

Cabbage, per pound ........ 0.02 Plums, Cherries, per gal 0.70 

Other Vegetables, per bushel 0.75 Strawberries, per gal 0.70 

Hay, per ton .. 24.00 Currants, Gooseberries, per gal. 0.70 

Other Fodder, per ton 20.00 Other small Fruits, per gal 0.12 

Wild Fruit 

The returns given for Wild Fruit do not appear to be complete and only a 
fraction of what one would expect to see in certain districts are entered, this is due to 
the carelessness of the enumerators in not obtaining the information from the various 
families in these Districts. 

2. LIVE STOCK, LIVE STOCK PRODUCTS AND FURS 

In the Census of 1921, and previous Censuses the schedules called for the total 
number of horses, but did not specify mares, stallions or ponies. The present Census 
gives separate totals for mares and stallions and special columns were provided for 
Ponies. Special columns were provided for Steers and Bulls in addition to the columns 
for cows and other horned cattle which were provided for in the 1921 Census. 

The Tables following, under Animals and Animal Products, show the totals for 
previous Census Years as compared with the present Census and give the totals for 
Districts and Settlements for the present Census. 

It will be noticed that there is a decrease in the number of milch cows and swine, 
but increases are shown in the number of goats, sheep, other horned cattle, poultry, 
eggs and in the quantity of butter produced. 

In order to obtain the total value of Live Stock and Products for Districts the 
following estimated values were used, namely: — 



Value Each 
HORSES 

Mares over 2 years of age $100 

Stallions over 2 years of age . 250 

Horses over 2 years of age 100 

All other under 2 years 75 

PONIES 

Mares over 2 years ... 50 

Stallions over 2 years 75 

Horses over 2 years 50' 

All others under 2 yelars 30 

STEERS over 2 years of age 50 

SHEEP 

Ewes 7 

Rams 10 

Lambs 4 

GOATS 

Female 7 

Male 8 



Value Each 
COWS Over 2 Years 

Grade $ 60 

Purebred 100 

BULLS 

Grade 50 

Purebred 150 

SWINE 

Sows for breeding 25 

Boars 30 

Other Pigs ';* 

All other Horned Cattle 25 

POULTRY 

Hens over 1 year i 

Chickens 0.75 

MILK per gallon 0.40 

BUTTER 

Butter made, per pound 0.30 

EGGS, per dozen 0.35 



Table 1. Areas and Estimates of Yield and Value of Field Crops, 1934 



CROP 



Area 



Potatoes 

Turnips 

Cabbage 

Other Root Crops 

Hay 

Other Fodder 



Acres 
14,320 

2,732 

'3,448 



50,394 



Yield 
per Acre 



bush. 
143 

brls. 
35 

lbs. 
4,121 



tons 
141 



Total 
Yield 



bush. 
2,052,928 

brls. 
95,445 

lbs. 
14,207,965 

bush. 
44,912 

tons 
52,459 



3,874 



Price 



per bush. 
0.70 

per brl. 
1.50 

per lb. 
0.02 

per bush. 
0.75 

per ton 
24.00 



20.00 



Total Value 



1,437,050 


143,168 


284,159 


33,684 


1,259,016 


77,480 



152 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 2. Number Cultivating Land 1891 - 1935 



CENSUS YEARS 


Farmers 


1 

Fishermen 
and Others 


Total Number 
Cultivating Land 


1391 

1901 

1911 

1921 

1935 


1,547 
2,475 
2,915 
3,227 
4,226 


36,303 
40,438 
40,880 
34,979 
35,582 


37,850 
42,913 
43,795 
38,206 
39,808 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



153 



Table 3. Fishermen and Others Who Cultivate Land. Specifying Farmers, 
Fishermen-Farmers, and all Others, by Districts 



DISTRICTS 



Newfoundland 
Labrador 



Total 

White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista North 

Bonavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main-Bell Island 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Ferryland 

Placentia and St. Mary's . ... 

Placentia West 

Burin 

t'ortune Bay and Hermitage 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George-Port au Port 

Humber 

St. Barfoe 

Labrador 





NUMBER 




Farmers 


Fishermen- 
Farmers 


Others 


Total Number 
Cultivating Land 


4,226 


19,337 
179 


15,996 
70 


39,559 
249 


4,226 


19,516 


16,066 


39,808 


2 


1,029 


398 


1,429 


96 


789 


653 


1,538 


46 


18 


1,024 


1,088 


33 


1,023 


979 


2,035 


15 


1,307 


564 


1,888 


10 


1,203 


336 


2,049 


74 


1,026 


963 


2,063 


81 


1,365 


968 


2,414 


134 


1,037 


836 


2,017 


153 


1,149 


1,138 


2,440 


181 


345 


736 


1,262 


167 


593 


904 


1,664 


1,303 


212 


957 


2,472 


493 


102 


57 


652 


387 


467 


223 


1,077 


64 


959 


283 


1,306 


170 


771 


558 


1,499 


32 


1,335 


475 


1,842 


20 


1,006 


673 


1,699 


9 


1,296 


613 


1,918 


15 


898 


323 


1,236 


640 


364 


475 


1,479 


88 


309 


1,046 


1,443 


13 


724 


314 


1,051 




179 


70 


249 



FISHERMEN FARMERS. Those persons who gave their occupations as Fishermen and 
who stated the area of land owned and crops grown by them are here recorded. Sons 
of these Fishermen are not included although they may have helped to cultivate the 
land but there is nothing in the Returns to indicate this. 



154 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 4. Occupied Land and Crops. Census Years 1857 - 1935 



ITEMS 



CENSUS YEARS 



1857 



1869 



1874 



Acres Occupied 

Acres Improved 

Wheat and Barley, Bushels .... 

Oats, Bushels 

Hay, Tons 

Potatoes, Bushels 

Turnips, Barrels 

Other Root Crops, Bushels 

Cabbage, Heads 

Small Fruits, Gallons 



42,616 
1,932 
9,038 

16,260 

685,718 

5,133 

5,403 



41,715 
94 
11,150 
20,458 
925,071 
17,100 
26,571 



36,339 

630 

7,104 

24,363 

995,877 

14,131 

16,461 



*Pounds 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



155 



Table 4. Occupied Land and Crops. Census Years 1857 - 1935 



CENSUS YEARS 



1884 


1891 


1901 




179,233 


215,579 


4G,9CC 


04,310 


85,533 


462 


491 


824 


5,393 


12,900 


10,773 


28,312 


36,052 


53,871 


907,947 


1,493,624 


1,625,293 


24,006 


60,235 


05,559 


63,442 


15,123 


10,680 




4,068,555 


12,936,422 s 











1911 
1 


1921 


1935 


233,320 


188,136 


215,462 


112,604 


89,287 


71,697 


296 


116 




10,752 


9,104 




59,845 


49,250 


52,459 


1,503,918 


1,587,306 


2,052,923 


77,353 


68,464 


95,445 


10,542 


12,039 


44,912 


11,649,940* 


7,668,117 


14,207,965* 


31,153 


27,940 


90,698 



156 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 5. Value of Agricultural Products 




CENSUS YEARS 




PROPS 








1911 

$ 


1921 

$ 


1935 

$ 


Wheat and Barley 


314 


232 




Oats — 


7,410 


9,572 




Hay 


972,977 


2,198,051 


1,259,016 


Other Fodder . 






77,480 


Potatoes 


892,557 


1,912,681 


1,437,050 




92,328 


208,700 


143,168 


Other Root Crops 


9,662 


15,507 


33,684 


Cabbage 


371,430 


448,021 


284,159 


Small Fruits 

1 


19,942 

| 


31,325 


33,093 


Total 


2,366,320 j 4,824,089 


3,267,650 



158 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Occupied Land, Acres Under Crops by Districts 



DISTRICTS 



Newfoundland 
Labrador 



Total 

White Bay 

Green Bay 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bona vista North 

Bcnavista South 

Trinity North 

Trinity South 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Harbour Grace 

Port de Grave 

Harbour Main-Bell Island 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Ferryland 

Placentia and St. Mary's .. 

Placentia West 

Burin 

Fortune Bay- Hermitage . .. 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George-Port au Port ... 

Humber 

St. Barbe 

Labrador 




215,462 



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71,654 
43 



71,697 



CO 

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50,394 



50,394 



4,044 


2,337 


1,454 


4,808 


2,520 


1,667 


7,172 


1,677 


1,090 


5,619 


2,889 


1,867 


3,972 


2,146 


1.474 


3,036 


1,185 


511 


8,227 


3,184 


2,164 


7,764 


3,978 


2,362 


10,623 


2,006 


1,314 


6,189 


3,949 


2,676 


4,603 


2,228 


1,298 


6,625 


2,825 


1,698 


16,469 


5,647 


3,767 


11,152 


3,010 


1,967 


11,395 


3,449 


2,362 


4,775 


2,952 


2,040 


6,324 


3,722 


2,911 


2,811 


1,799 


1,306 


3,641 


2,234 


1,912 


2,856 


1,940 


1,321 


539 


394 


267 


59,434 


10,225 


8,722 


17,718 


2,282 


1,649 


5,059 


3,076 


2,595 


607 


43 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 6. Occupied Land, Acres Under Crops by Districts 



159 



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3,429 
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31,604 
155 


170 



111,597 
409 


633 


2,732 


14,320 


3,448 


31,759 


170 


112,006 


1 


125 


580 


173 


1,014 


4 


693 




119 


640 


87 


1,122 
990 


7 


1,116 


16 


42 


452 


72 


5 


4,505 


1 


134 


753 


132 


778 


2 


1,952 




96 


487 


89 


742 




1,084 


1 


38 


521 


112 


586 


2 


1,265 


1 


154 


678 


160 


421 


27 


4,622 


1 


286 


959 


353 


735 


17 


3,051 




40 


515 


137 


2,396 




6,221 


3 


82 


976 


212 


1,686 
1,372 
1,840 




554 


4 
9 


112 


661 


153 




1,003 


134 


810 


168 


6 


1,960 


14 


168 


1,505 


191 


2,949 


2 


7,873 


186 


236 


400 


178 


1,875 


43 


6,267 


79 


155 


773 


45 


1,939 


35 


6,007 




118 
125 


678 


116 


600 




1,223 




478 


207 


914 


1 


1,688 




19 
21 

109 
11 

212 


290 


184 


685 




327 




172 

341 

60 

822 


122 

168 

56 

160 


367 

141 

4 

6,332 


7 
1 


1,040 




775 




141 


308 


1 


42,877 


9 


78 


453 


83 


1,456 


10 


13,980 




118 


292 
24 


71 
19 


660 
155 




1,323 






409 



160 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of White Bay 

La Scie 

Brent's Cove 

Harbour Round 

St. Barbe Island 

Ming's Bight 

Baie Verte 

Coachman's Cove ... . 

Fleur-de-Lys 

Woodstock 

Pacquet 

Wild Cove 

Lobster Harbour 

Big Cove 

Seal Cove 

Middle Arm 

Stuckless Cove 

Back Cove 

Western Arm 

Bear Cove 

Granby Island 

Pumbley Cove 

Purbeck's Cove 

Westport 

Pound Cove 

Hampden 



■v 
o 
M 



4,044 



150 
18 
13 

17 

14 

4 

42 

52 

37 

20 

19 

1 

5 

40 

7 

1 

9 

3 

16 
10 
12 
20 
82 
15 
11 



1 

CO 

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<£ 



2,337 



130 

17 

12 

15 

12 

3 

37 

52 

22 

14 

19 

1 

5 

40 

4 

1 

9 

3 

5 

10 

7 

7 

24 

14 

11 



a 

X 



1,454 



68 
8 
5 
8 
6 
1 

18 

27 

11 

6 

10 

1 

3 

20 

1 



2 
1 
1 
5 
3 
2 

14 
7 
2 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



161 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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Acres in Turnips 


co 

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Ph 

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w 

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cj 

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cu 
fcm 

CO 

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a 

w 

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Eh 
cj 

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Acres in Pasture 


£3 

m B 

W S-, 

£■$ 

cu 

Eh -O 

3. a 

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8 

in -B 
11 f_i 

o , 

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1 


125 


580 


173 


1,014 


4 


693 






14 

2 

2 " 
1 
2 
1 
4 
11 
2 
1 
1 


34 
5 
3 

4 
3 

1 
8 
3 
6 

4 
6 



1 
14 

2 
1 
6 
1 
3 
4 
3 
3 
6 
5 
7 


14 
2 
2 
2 
1 


20 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
5 


















































7 
11 
3 
3 
2 


















15 
6 




































1 
5 
1 












1 












1 




2 


















1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


























11 


















1 
1 
1 
1 






5 






2 
1 




11 




1 








57 






1 































162 



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Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





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bo 








a 


T3 












SETTLEMENTS 


3 


CS 


>, 

a 




X 


13 


i-M 




O 


O % 


B 






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CO 


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George's Cove 

Beaches 

Burton's Cove 

Hannah's Cove 

Brown's Cove 

Sop's Arm 

Sop's Island 

Jackson's Arm 

Coney Arm 

Little Harbour Deep 

Big Harbour Deep 

Williamsport 

Hooping Harbour 

Canada Harbour 

Wild Cove, Canada Bay. 

Canada Bay 

Englee ... 

Groais Islands 

Conche 

Croque 

St. Julien's 

Grandois 

Fishot Islands 

Crouse 

Main Brook 

Locks Cove 



9 


9 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 
4 

7 




4 




7 


4 


7 


5 


1 


25 


25 


9 


78 


46 


13 


11 


11 


6 


4 


4 


2 


13 


13 


1 


8 


8 


1 


10 


10 
8 




6 


3 


4 


4 




6 


6 
65 




65 


18 


27 


21 


11 


40 


98 


66 


7 


7 


4 


1 


1 
5 




5 


2 


•i 


2 
5 




5 


3 


34 


22 


12 


11 


9 


1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR , 1935 



163 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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'a 

o 



ft 
'5 

3 

H 



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o 



01 

to 
x> 
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CO 

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1 


3 


1 


13 


2 


28 




5 




1 




11 




6 


1 


8 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


3 


8 


36 


1 


6 


1 


23 




2 




1 




2 




1 




2 


1 


8 


1 


6 



2 
3 






6 
34 



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11 

w Sri 

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£^ 




01 




pi -9 




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ojH 








< o 



32 



12 



164 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




as 



Ireland Bight 

St. Anthony Bight 

Goose Cove 

St. Carol's 

Great Braha 

Little Braha 

St. Anthony 

Back Goose Cove... 

St. Lunaire 

Griquet 

Quirpon 

Lance au Meadow 

Hay Cove 

Spillar's Cove 

Noddy Bay 

Cape Onion 

Raleigh 

Cook's Harbour... 

Boat Harbour 

Cape Norman 

Wild Bight 

Lance au Pigeon ... 



17 

75 

70 

18 

44 

43 

17 

2 

135 

315 

77 

54 

18 

25 

31 

130 

191 

277 

79 

1 

82 

19 



17 

54 

57 

18 

30 

37 

17 

2 

96 

237 

67 

54 

18 

21 

30 

105 

117 

234 

76 

1 

36 

14 



1 
39 
14 

7 
15 
25 

1 



57 
181 

59 
49 
17 
16 
25 
77 
92 
203 
73 



26 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



165 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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SI 

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w 


o 


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w 


w 




w 


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CD 


CD En 


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1 
2 
5 
1 
3 
2 
10 


13 
9 

32 
8 
8 
8 

32 


i 

4 
5 
2 
4 
2 
22 




1 






5 


16 


1 




13 












14 

3 

641 









2 


3 




444 






1 

28 

38 

6 

2 

1 

3 

3 

19 

17 

25 

2 

1 

7 

2 


1 
9 
9 
1 
1 










2 
9 
1 
2 


39 
69 
10 










9 
























1 
1 
5 
5 
3 


1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
1 


4 

1 

25 

41 

23 

3 






















33 






20 


















2 
1 


1 
1 


34 
5 




12 















166 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



2 

o 
X 



T3 

a 

r, 

tn P 
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3 P 



X 



< 



District of Green Bay 

Point of Bay 

Charles Brook 

Waldron's Cove 

Fortune Harbour 

Fleurrie's Bight 

Spencer's Cove 

Rowsell's Cove 

Moores Cove 

Cottrell's Cove 

S. E. Arm 

Pt. Leamington 

Paradise 

Leading Tickles E 

Leading Tickles W. ... 

Glover's Harbour 

Lock's Harbour 

Winterhouse Cove 

Jim's Cove 

Card's Harbour 

Triton East 

Triton West 

Brighton Island 

Head's Harbour 

Pilley's Island 

Robert's Arm 



4,808 



2,520 



80 
29 
13 

201 

6 

2 

4 

34 

108 
98 

242 

100 
18 

114 
61 
28 
46 
25 
23 
57 
53 
78 
55 

192 
33 



27 

14 

11 

184 

6 

2 

4 

30 

52 

50 

124 

56 

18 

71 

42 

13 

18 

23 

20 

33 

49 

57 

17 

158 

21 



1,667 



17 

8 

8 

145 

5 

1 

3 

25 

34 

37 

94 

43 

11 

31 

25 

4 

9 

10 
10 
12 
24 
28 
10 
103 
10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



167 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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119 



640 



4 

3 

34 

1 

1 

1 

5 

15 

11 

20 

10 

4 

28 

12 

5 

6 

9 

7 

12 

17 

23 

6 

46 

6 



1,122 



30 

15 

2 

17 



1 

30 

27 

118 

44 

4 
3 



i,166 



3 

2G 

21 



39 
16 
15 
28 

2 

3 
20 

3 
19 
33 
23 

9 



168 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


Area of Holdings 


Xt 

a 

CO 

•H 01 
O > 

» s 


>> 

CO 

X 
ti 

<u 
u 
o 

< 


Port Anson 


174 


78 


28 


Miles Cove 


21 


18 


9 


Paddock's Cove 


12 


12 


6 


Wellman's Cove 


49 


36 


22 


Lushes Bight 


105 


46 


26 


Beaumont South 


67 


55 


20 




35 


23 


8 


Little Bay Island 


68 


45 


31 


South Brook 


13 


8 


7 




6 


6 


4 




740 


282 


219 


Dock Cove 


46 


3 


2 


St. Patrick's 


262 


79 


60 




10 


2 


2 




32 


32 


23 


Ward's Harbour 


77 


23 


15 




29 


29 


23 


Little Bay 


93 


61 


49 


Wild Bight 


25 


20 


17 




37 


25 


19 




24 


19 


15 


King's Cove 


17 


12 


9 


Harry's Harbour 


193 


123 


103 


Nickey's Nose Cove 


10 


9 


5 




17 


14 


11 


Jackson's Cove : 


229 


64 


52 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



169 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 







< 



ft 



< 



o 



to 
-a 



CO 

a, 



*> _ 

Is 

h W 

35 u 

■35 
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< CO 



13 
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32 
5 
3 
8 

17 

20 
9 

13 
1 
1 

49 
1 

15 

9 
8 
6 
9 
3 
6 
4 
3 

19 
4 
3 

10 



10 

1 
1 
3 
3 
6 
3 
1 



11 

7 



283 



113 



54 

32 
5 

12 
5 
5 

66 

1 

3 

135 



91 
3 



2 
52 
12 
12 
21 



175 
43 
70 



11 



30 



170 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





w 








bo 








S 


■0 














13 




i>> 


SETTLEMENTS 


Hol 




cd 




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O 


O > 


a 






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in g< 


■-i 






O p| 


o 




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«!h 


< 



Silverdale 

Birchy Cove 

Mansfield Point 

King's Point 

Bulley's Cove 

Rattling Brook 

Middle Arm 

Burlington 

Smith's Harbour 

Stocking Harbour 

Rogue Harbour 

Nipper's Harbour 

Bobby's Cove 

Indian Burning Place 

Snooks Arm 

Round Harbour 

Tilt Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Shoe Cove Brook 

Shoe Cove Bight 

Cape St. John, Gull Island 



64 


32 


1 

32 


6 


4 


! 3 


26 


3 


i 5 


217 


70 


51 


37 


r>r. 


18 


56 


29 


21 


49 


19 


9 


144 


56 


32 


14 


9 


3 


10 


4 


2 


4 


4 


1 


82 


31 


8 


1 


1 
1 
1 
1 




1 




1 




1 1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



171 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



a 
'a 

O 



ft 

•a 

3 



o 



9 
1 
3 
14 
3 
7 

n 

16 
3 

2 
1 
15 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



CO 

XJ 
CO 

o 



cd 

fin 



32 

2 



1 
2 
1 
3 

21 



a) 3 

*H ft 

*> -^ 

& 2 
co B 

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W n 

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4> 

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O 
O 

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18 
146 

15 
27 
29 
86 
4 
3 



30 



172 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













1 


1 


^ 


SETTLEMENTS 


"3 


XS 






*H 


o > 


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w P 






a 


(U Sh 


HI 




QJ 


h a 


M 




3 


<l 




District of Grand Falls 


7,172 


1,677 


1,090 


Gaff Topsail 


1 


1 


1 


Quarry 


60 


15 


15 


Millertown 


38 


22 


3 


Millertown Junction 


22 


10 


1 


Buchans 


5 








4 


1 


Rushy Pond 


16 


2 




Grand Falls 


977 


246 


179 


Grand Falls Station 


529 


79 


35 


Farmdale 1 


1 













Bishop's Falls . 

Peter's Arm 

Botwood 

Northern Arm 

Phillips Head 

Sandy Point 

Glenwood 

Badger 

Notre Dame Junction 

Norris Arm 

Little Rattling Brook . 

Indian Point 

Burnt Arm 

Laurenceton 

Porterville 



1,178 

574 

525 

82 

25 

42 

407 

103 

9 

1,024 

13 

09 

247 

37 



148 

161 

151 

30 

13 

5 

25 

29 

3 

140 



6 

26 
111 

18 



63 
107 

87 

24 
9 
4 

14 
6 
2 

85 



6 
20 
91 
13 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



173 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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re 

a 
a 

w 




w 

ft 

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u 

a 
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3 


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13 

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16 


42 


452 


72 


990 


5 


4,505 




























45 






13 
4 


6 
3 


11 




5 




2 




12 












1 


1 

1 

39 

36 


1 






1 


1 


1 

87 
61 




13 


11 


5 
2 


11 
6 


1 


644 
389 






1 




3 
3 

4 
2 


72 

49 

55 

3 

4 

1 

5 

16 

1 

47 


10 
2 
4 
1 


14 
242 
108 

12 
2 




1,016 
171 








1 


266 




40 






10 










37 


3 


2 
2 

2 


1 
4 


267 

2 

2 

32 




115 




1 


72 




4 




5 


1 


852 












1 
3 


1 

9 

28 

3 




6 




1 
1 
1 


4 
13 

4 




64 






108 






16 











174 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR , 1935 



Tabic 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













I 


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a 


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SETTLEMENTS 


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K 


T3 


a 




o 


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a 






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a 


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Brown's Arm 


7 


3 


2 




1 


1 


1 


Stanhope 


160 


53 


36 




140 


70 


60 


Mason's Cove 


80 


50 


33 


Salt Pond 


138 


58 


42 




627 


197 


142 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



m 



Table 7. Occinfctl Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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60 
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3 


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SS 


as 


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111 


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u 


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< 


< 


< 8 






1 




2 




2 





3 

1 
2 
5 


11 

10 
10 

11 

41 


3 


23 
6 

7 
17 
53 




89 






64 




1 
3 

7 




23 






63 


1 


1 


377 



176 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


be 

.s 

2 


Land 


>> 

(3 
X 

a 

w 
u 

V 

< . 




O 
01 


13 
o % 

£ ft 


District of Twillingate 


5,619 


2,889 


1,867 


Exploits 


373 


59 


39 


Black Island 


76 


59 


37 


Samson's Island 


39 


22 


13 


Michael's Harbour 


28 


14 


12 


Campbellton 


394 


159 


126 


Comfort Cove 


150 


97 


84 


Newstead 


146 


85 


73 


Turtle Creek 


10 


3 


2 


Loon Bay 


144 


70 


56 


Birchy Bay 


125 


83 


63 


Emberley's Pond 


28 


26 


24 


Boyd's Cove 


201 


128 


104 




30 


23 


21 


Port Albert 


24 


23 


17 


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Dog Bay West 


137 


83 


70 




371 


123 


80 


Cottle's Island 


58 


39 


24 




53 


29 


18 


Bridgeport 


125 


70 


43 




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7 


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43 


42 


26 


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19 


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Moreton's Harbour 


195 


118 


74 


Wild Cove, Little Harbour 










96 


84 


47 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



177 



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109 


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133 


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North Side 


75 


42 


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Burnt Island Tickle 


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Little Harbour 


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Purcell's Harbour 


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Kettle Cove 


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Manuel's Cove 


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Gillard's Cove 


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Bluff Head Cove 


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179 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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28 


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181 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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Lumsden South 

Lumsden North 

Deadman's Cove 

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Penguin Island 

Peckford's Island 

Offer Wadham's 

Doting Cove 

Musgrave Harbour 

Ragged Harbour 

Ragged Harbour North , 

Ladle Cove 

Aspen Cove 

Alder Harbour 

Carmanville 

Noggin Cove 

Fredericton 

Beaver Cove 

Mann Point 

Main Point 

South Side, Gander Bay- 
Clark's Head 

Wing's Point 

Victoria Cove 

Rodger's Cove 



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214 

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92 
53 
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102 
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37 
31 

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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



183 



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CENSUS' OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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Two Mile Pt., Horwood 
Island Cove, Horwood ... 

Horwood 

Island Harbour 

Hare Bay 

Fogo 

Lock's Cove 

Eastern Tickle 

Lion's Den 

Little Fogo Island 

Joe Batt's Arm 

Barr'd Islands 

Shoal Bay 

Cape Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Tilting 

Sandy Cove 

Eastern Cove 

South Side, Indian Bay.. 

Perry's Island 

Stag Harbour , .... 

Little Seldom 

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Wild Cove 

Change Islands 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



135 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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Pinchard's Island 

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Templeman 

Pound Cove 

Wesleyville 

Brookfield 

Cross Cove 

Badger's Quay 

South West Island 

Tinker's Island 

Poole's Island 

Valleyfield 

North West Arm (Valleyfield) 

South West Arm 

Safe Harbour 

Port Nelson 

Shambler's Cove 

Newport (New Harbour) 

Sydney Cove 

North West Arm 

Round Harbour 

Trinity 

Wellington (.Shoal Bay) 

Hare Bay 



84 
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77 

190 
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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



187 



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133 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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7 


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246 


39 


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Alexander Bay 

Saunders Cove 

Glovertown North 
Glovertown Centre 

Angle Brook 

Glovertown South . 

Troytown 

Gull's Harbour 

Rosedale 

Burnt Island 

Bragg's Island 

Deer Island 

Green's Island 

Gooseberry Island ... 

St. Brendans 

Hay ward's Cove 

Dock Cove 

Shalloway Cove 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



189 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



























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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


Area of Holdings 

1 


Acres of 
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Acres in Hay 


District of Bonavista South 


8,227 


1 1 

3,184 | 2,164 


Bonavista 


877 


i 532 ! 277 


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30 


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Newman's Cove 


64 


1 1 

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Lower Amherst Cove ... 


18 


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Mid. Amherst Cove ... 


18 


1 1 

18 13 


Upper Amherst Cove 


48 


1 

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Hodderville 


10 


1 
9 | 7 


Knight's Cove 


104 


92 73 


Stock Cove 


697 


1 
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King's Cove 


123 


1 
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Broad Cove 


76 


1 
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Keels 


157 


i 
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Tickle Cove 


41 


40 j 27 


Red Cliff 


19 


1 
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Open Hall 


53 


45 j 33 


Flate Cove East 


1 
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75 1 52 


Plate Cove West 


1 
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1 
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Summerville 


1 
311 


150 101 


Long Beach 


1 
118 


39 27 


Princeton 


253 


81 56 




1 
241 


1 
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Charleston 


182 


52 3S 




98 


1 
48 


34 




117 


33 


21 




169 


87 


74 




207 


101 


87 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LA BRADOR, 1935 193 

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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



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Musgravetown 

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Bunyan's Cove 

Port Blandford 

Terra Nova 

Charlottetown 

Happy Adventure 

Sandy Cove 

Barrow Harbour... 

Salvage 

Bishop's Harbour.. 

Dark Cove 

Wild Cove 

Eastport 



287 
341 
276 
454 

86 
280 
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289 
189 
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99 

162 

109 

195 

57 

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81 

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104 

63 

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16 

7 

4 

183 



73 
129 
89 
162 
43 
42 
52 



37 

60 

39 

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8 

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104 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



195 



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196 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Trinity North 

St. Jones Without 

Butter Cove 

Gooseberry Cove 

Southport 

Little Harbour 

Little Heart's Ease 

House Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Hodges Cove 

Island Cove 

Long Beach 

Queen's Cove 

Black Brook 

North West Brook 

Ivany's Cove 

Dark Hole 

Hillview 

Hatchet Cove 

St. Jones' Within 

Loreburn 

Hickman's Harbour 

Inglewood 

Adeyton 

Deep Bight 

Lady Cove 





Area of Holdings 


Acres of 
Improved Land 


Acres in Hay 

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7,764 


3,978 


2,362 




22 


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5 




15 


15 


4 




47 


47 


12 




33 


33 


15 




27 


27 


12 




100 


99 


44 




8 


3 


4 




26 


26 


13 




33 


83 


43 




48 


25 


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12 


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44 


40 


20 




17 


16 


8 




23 


23 


13 




10 


10 


6 




13 


13 


8 




125 


77 


17 




28 


26 


7 




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17 




13 


13 


6 




541 


167 


109 




40 


10 


8 




144 


47 


31 




181 


66 


44 




99 


62 


40 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



197 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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198 



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Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



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Foster's Point 

Elliot's Cove 

Goobie's Siding 

Northern Bight 

Shoal Harbour 

Clarenville 

Random Head Harbour 

Deer Harbour 

Thoroughfare 

Lower Lance Cove 

Brittania 

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Petley 

Aspen Cove 

Apsey Brook 

S'nooks Harbour 

Milton 

George's Brook 

Barton 

Brickyard 

Harcourt 

Somerset 

White Rock 

Gin Cove 

Monroe 

Waterville 

Tythe's Cove 



174 

78 

80 

5 

305 

284 
5 
48 
43 
88 
79 

168 
11 
65 
82 
82 

155 
50 
15 

180 
72 

127 
69 

135 
14 
10 



98 
25 

13 

4 
147 
136 

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45 
38 
44 

4 
19 
36 
40 
78 
13 

7 
65 
48 
54 
32 
34 

8 

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72 

17 

8 

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102 

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18 

29 

23 

30 

3 

16 
28 
32 
61 
12 

6 
55 
33 
48 
27 
26 

6 

3 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



199 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABP t ADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




Otter's Cove 

Clifton 

New Burn Cove 

Burgoyne's Cove 

Little Harbour 

Popes Harbour 

Delby's Cove 

Ivanhoe 

Troytown 

Ireland's Eye 

Black Duck Cove ... 

British Harbour 

Kerley's Harbour.... 

White Point 

George's Cove 

New Bonaventure... 

Cat Cove 

Old Bonaventure ... 

Spaniards Cove 

Trouty 

Dunfield 

Goose Cove 

Fort Point, Trinity.. 

Trinity 

Lockston 

Trinity East 



10 
91 
59 
52 
20 

6 

5 
24 

6 
39 

6 
52 
17 



72 

15 

274 



16 
15 

25 
11 

2 

3 
11 

4 
21 

5 
25 
15 



3 


2 


19 


17 


2 


2 


18 


17 


4 


3 


18 


17 


30 


25 


26 


22 



47 

15 

180 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOK, 1935 



201 



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202 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





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334 


246 


174 


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65 


62 


42 


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21 


21 


14 


Champney's East 


101 


66 


46 


English Harbour 


114 


102 


69 


Horse Chops 


3 


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35 


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Port Union 


611 


57 


27 


Catalina 


407 


115 


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60 


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188 


171 


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23 


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34 


11 




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19 


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514 


288 


114 




73 


42 


16 


Lancaster 


25 


19 


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Villa Verte 


76 


51 


45 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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204 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





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Lead Cove 


47 


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Sibley's Cove 


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28 


21 


Torquay 


14 


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Brownsdale 

Whale's Brook 

New Melbourne .., 
Hant's Harbour ... 

New Chelsea 

Winterton 

Turk's Cove 

New Perlican 

Heart's Content .. 

Heart's Desire 

Heart's Delight ... 

Islington 

Cavendish 

Whiteway 

Green's Harbour 

Hopeall 

New Harbour 

South Dildo 

Broad Cove 

Dildo 

Blaketown 

Markland 



153 
40 

164 

132 
72 

159 
31 

177 

172 
52 

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69 
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372 
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591 
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322 
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28 


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67 


50 


19 


15 


63 


40 


85 


51 


46 


25 


94 


45 


11 


8 


114 


68 


78 


40 


31 


20 


64 


30 


28 


15 


40 


25 


20 


8 


116 


66 


28 


10 


204 


148 


29 


23 


11 


9 


168 


134 


58 


40 


12 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



205 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



























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206 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Whitbourne 

Old Shop 

Spread Eagle 

Little Ridge 

Chapel Arm 

Norman's Cove 

Long Cove 

Thornlea 

Bellevue 

Chance Cove 

Rantem 

Rantem Station 

Arnold's Cove Station 
Sunnyside 




CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



207 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



























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11 

19 

6 

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10 

12 

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8 
1 
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16 

5 
14 
37 
31 

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20 


8 




4 









208 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




District of Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Carbonear 

Victoria 

Freshwater 

Clown's Cove 

Flatrock 

Blow-me-Down 

Otterbury 

Salmon Cove 

Perry's Cove 

Spout Cove 

Kingston 

Lower Small Point 

Mulley's Cove 

Broad Cove South 

Broad Cove North 

Blackhead 

Adam's Cove 

Bradley's Cove 

Western Bay South 

Western Bay North 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Smooth Cove 

Long Beach 

Northern Bay 

Gull Island 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



209 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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3 


82 


976 


212 


1,686 




554 


3 


19 
8 


139 

110 

21 

7 
16 

4 

5 
41 
22 

9 
11 
18 
10 
25 
21 
21 
35 
15 
43 
40 
28 

2 
16 
40 
27 


51 
23 
10 
3 
7 
2 
1 
8 
4 
1 
1 
3 
2 
5 
3 
3 
3 

1 
4 
6 
8 

4 

10 

5 


201 

362 

13 

9 

8 

4 

34 

9 




157 






202 






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3 

1 

17 

12 

31 

36 

31 

105 

108 

53 

5 

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104 

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1 
3 
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18 












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9 
5 




28 






19 






6 









210 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



Red Head Cove . 
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Burnt Point 


162 


117 


81 


Job's Cove 


259 


146 


111 


Redlands 


63 


20 


17 




371 


253 


192 




121 


47 


34 




14 


13 


10 




67 


45 


19 




1 


1 


1 



65 
178 

28 
144 



I 



46 
124 

12 
144 



28 

74 

6 

80 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



211 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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01 
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u 


3 


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CO 


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u 


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3 


CJ 

< 


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< CO 


<S 




3 
3 


28 
28 

3 
53 
12 

2 
22 


5 
4 


45 
100 

16 
101 

61 
1 

22 










13 






27 




4 


4 
1 
1 
3 




17 






13 




1 












4 
3 

1 
2 


14 

35 

3 

50 




19 

54 








12 

2 

12 










16 



















212 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



Bryant's Cove 

Upper Island Cove 

Spoon Cove 

Bishop's Cove 

Spaniard's Bay 

Tilton 

Goddenville 

Shearstown 



SETTLEMENTS 


sidings 


a 


CO 




o 
to 

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Acres of 
Improved 


X 

a 

w 
HI 

u 
o 

< 


District of Harbour Grace .. .. 


4,603 


2,223 


1,298 


Bristol's Hope 


291 


128 


100 


Harbour Grace 


1,013 


384 


236 


Otterbury 


80 


55 


38 


Riverhead 


219 


126 


78 


Thicket 


36 


20 


10 


Gullies 


19 


10 


3 


Harbour Grace South 


331 


233 


166 



407 j 
262 

65 j 
134 | 
810 
185 

39 
712 



208 | 
219 

54 

99 j 

281 | 

| 

78 j 
i 
9 

324 



121 

106 
18 
52 

150 

36 

4 

180 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



213 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



Acres in Grain 


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3 

5 

1 

1 

14 

19 

7 

1 
5 
6 
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19 4 


133 

242 
18 
36 
11 
7 
42 
15 
43 
11 
35 

291 
76 
24 

388 




30 


2 


95 

13 

39 

7 

6 

39 

54 

83 

29 

25 

115 

35 

3 

99 


30 
1 
3 

1 




387 






7 


1 
1 




57 






2 




14 

14 

23 

6 

17 

10 

4 

2 

24 




56 






184 
























238 






31 






6 




21 








1 



214 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



Cross Roads, Foley's Hill . 

Greenland 

Deep Gulch 

Southside 

Shark's Cove 

Cupids 

Salmon Cove 

Hodgewater 

Turk's Water 

Juniper Stump 

Emerald Vale 

Riverside Mills 

Springdale 

South River 

Broads 

Clarke's Beach 

Otterbury 

North River 

Hall's Town 













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SETTLEMENTS 


O 
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District of Port de Grave 


6,625 


2,825 


1,698 


Mill Road 


42 


18 


8 


Georgetown 


62 


77 


35 


Brigus 


38 


243 


145 


Gullies 


152 


63 


33 


Roache's Line 


154 


27 


16 


Gould's Road 


77 


46 


20 



42 


18 


8 


62 


77 


35 


38 


243 


145 


152 


63 


33 


154 


27 


16 


77 


46 


20 


62 


23 


12 


9 


9 


6 


14 


10 


8 


95 


81 


66 


16 


16 


12 


286 


207 


152 


103 


71 


52 


128 


73 


53 


47 


18 


9 


275 


70 


39 


300 


6 


4 


3 


2 


1 


63 


28 


15 


190 


102 


53 


124 


61 


37 


282 


146 


89 


69 


34 


17 


199 


81 


44 


358 


118 


69 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



215 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



















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cd 

Si 


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43 


3 


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810 


168 


1,840 


6 


1,960 


1 


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7 


7 
35 
80 


2 
4 
8 


5 

20 

119 




19 


1 




65 


2 


1 


76 


1 


4 
1 
3 

1 
1 


24 

10 

20 

9 

1 

1 

8 

2 

33 

11 

12 

5 

22 

1 

1 

11 

40 

18 


1 


23 

47 

20 

9 




66 






80 


1 


2 




11 


1 




30 




1 
1 
5 
1 
16 
5 
3 
2 
4 












4 




2 
1 
6 
3 

4 
2 
4 


5 




9 










27 

14 
607 

12 
117 

20 




52 






18 


1 




448 






17 


1 




88 




1 


274 




1 
4 

2 


1 




1 
4 
2 


4 
19 
18 




31 




1 
1 


69 


1 


45 




5 
3 

4 
6 


48 
10 
27 
35 


4 
4 
6 
8 


69 
18 

77 
96 




67 






17 






41 






144 









216 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



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3 


a 
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Dock 

Black Duck Pond 

Bareneed 

Sandy Cove 

Port de Grave 

Ship Cove 

Blow-me-Down 

Hibb's Hole 

Pick-Eyes 

Coley's Point 

Country Road 

Bay Roberts, East, Central, West .... 



100 
136 
128 

16 

44 

50 

30 

16 

20 

339 

271 

827 



67 

39 

79 

11 

36 

42 

28 

12 

18 

221 

133 

509 



38 

23 

47 

5 

17 

15 

12 

5 

8 

122 

89 

322 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



217 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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5 
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3 
3 
1 
1 
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11 
1 

34 


24 

8 

27 

4 

11 

17 

10 

5 

7 

71 

37 

118 


2 
3 
2 
1 
5 
6 
4 
1 
2 

17 
6 

35 


11 

15 

28 

2 

4 

5 

2 

2 

1 

54 

124 

246 




22 






82 






21 






3 







4 




1 
1 


3 








2 







1 






64 






14 






72 









218 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


i? 

2 

i> 

X 
o 


a 
"S5! 


X 
a 




CB 

3 


vi 9 


i> 
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< 


District of Harbour Main-Bell Island 


16,469 


5,647 


3,767 


St. Thomas' 


825 


136 


96 




446 


46 


28 


Topsail Road 


877 


96 


74 




719 


179 


123 


Chamberlains 


746 


131 


85 


Manuels 


289 


84 


49 




712 


325 


207 




855 


365 


230 


Codner (Mid. Bight) 


223 


87 


50 




423 


172 


104 




112 


33 


21 


Upper Gullies 


451 


141 


88 




97 


17 


13 




180 


98 


61 




121 


62 


38 


Duff's Holyrood 


34 


17 


8 




587 


179 


125 




883 


204 


152 




336 


143 


101 




238 


57 


39 




52 


11 


8 




176 


79 


51 




787 


161 


110 




518 


283 


187 




787 


276 


194 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



219 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



a 
'3 


a 

w 
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8 

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14 


168 


1,505 


191 


2,949 


2 


7,873 




5 
2 
6 
9 
6 
7 

15 
12 
3 
5 
1 
5 


33 
15 
11 
46 
39 
26 
96 
118 
32 
60 
11 
45 

4 
33 
20 

7 
44 
42 
35 
14 

2 
24 
43 
81 
74 


2 
1 
5 
1 
2 
2 
6 
5 
2 
3 


35 

13 

56 

60 

61 

40 

45 

76 

1 

14 

38 

13 

5 

1 

14 

1 

38 

85 

49 

43 

13 

57 

160 

216 

482 





654 




387 






725 






480 


1 




554 






165 




1 


342 




414 






135 






237 






41 




3 




297 






75 




1 
2 


3 
2 
2 
8 
8 
6 
3 
1 
2 
5 
8 
6 




81 






45 






16 




2 
2 
1 

1 




370 






594 






144 






138 






28 




2 
3 

7 
2 




40 






466 






19 






29 









220 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Middle Arm 

Brigus Junction 

Conception Harbour 

Kitchuses 

Bacon Cove 

Colliers 

Marysvale 

Lance Cove 

Freshwater 

Bell Island Mines ... 
Bell Island Centre .. 

Bell Island East 

Davidson Avenue ... 
West Mines 



2 



< 



20 

35 
883 
142 

91 
730 
270 
884 
262 
302 
840 
257 

70 
209 



■H CD 

o > 

» 8 



14 

15 

404 

84 

42 

340 

127 

251 

91 

181 

452 

129 

33 

102 



CO 

X 



9 

6 

305 

66 

34 

246 

90 

191 

69 

26 

348 

97 

6 

34 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



221 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 




























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a 


P4 

1 


CO 

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o 

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to 
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5 
8 
74 
14 
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74 
31 
46 




5 
15 

364 
46 
23 

291 
78 

172 




1 






1 

18 
3 
2 

16 
5 
7 




5 




7 
1 




115 






12 






26 




4 
1 
6 




99 






65 




1 


461 




3 

14 

17 

4 

3 

9 


17 
108 
70 
24 
21 
52 


2 
20 
17 
4 
3 
7 


57 
57 
144 
53 
8 
20 




114 


13 




64 






244 







75 







29 






87 









222 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 















a 






T3 




>> 


SETTLEMENTS 


I 




a 

X 




«H 


o a; 


a 






to p 






M 


d) J* 


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i- a 


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u 


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<£ 


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District St. John's West 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Southside 

Freshwater Valley 

Boggy Hall Section 

Mental Hospital 

Kilbride Section 

Blackhead Road 

Cape Spear 

Blackhead 

Freshwater Bay 

Petty Harbour 

Goulds 

Maddox Cove 

St. Phillips 

St. Phillips Hill 

Thorburn Road 

Portugal Cove 



219 

2,033 

85 

1,408 

• 504 

490 
1,136 



61 


4 


2 


1 


51 


20 


1,077 


232 


3,027 


996 




865 




385 


125 


12 



63 
590 

53 
252 
106 

76 
202 



11,152 


3,010 


1,967 




13 




61 




3 



1 
1 

19 
142 

640 



251 



49 
392 

37 
180 

79 

52 
110 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



223 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



a 
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a 

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186 


236 


400 


178 


1,875 


43 


6,267 






6 












3 


1 


48 
















3 




37 

1 

4 

284 

387 




20 












1 

41 
102 




1 


1 

27 




21 
85 


28 
60 




561 


93 


V 


1,644 


46 


27 


39 
11 




21 
1 




281 
6 




1 


189 
107 















3 









3 
















4 

47 
6 

17 
5 
3 

18 


9 

75 
7 

31 

12 
7 

53 


1 
38 
2 
14 
3 
2 
7 


54 

604 

1 

20 

2 

15 

131 




102 


38 




839 


1 




31 




10 
7 

12 
6 


1,136 




396 
399 


8 


803 



224 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Tab!e 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District St. John's East 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Quidi Vidi 

Major's Path 

Nagle's Hill 

Flatrock 

Torbay 

Logy Bay 

Outer Cove 

Middle Cove 

Pouch Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Biscayan Cove 

Cape St. Francis 

Bauline 



K 



11,395 



618 



22 

157 

650 

3,148 

1,448 

469 

1,992 

806 

678 

394 

.664 

163 

20 

20 

146 



■n 
a 
a 

o £ 



a 
S 



3,449 



27 



CO 



2,362 



20 


10 


19 


12 


278 


243 


581 


424 


357 


242 


220 


133 


881 


548 


250 


184 


180 


139 


123 


88 


363 


238 


53 


35 


18 


10 


7 


4 


72 


43 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



225 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













CU $ 




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'3 


w 

CD 
o 

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bo 
CO 
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3 


> to 


C/l 

O 


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3 


o 


a 




J3M 




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<! 


< 


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CJ 

< 


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79 


155 


773 


45 


1,939 


35 


6,007 


4 




12 


2 






591 




3 

1 


5 

4 


2 

2 


2 
61 

145 
804 

177 










77 
227 




13 

47 
19 


19 
67 
31 


4 
15 
18 




28 




1,762 


16 


31 


914 


10 


9 
32 


68 
283 




152 
215 




97 


13 




2 


3 


896 




20 
6 
6 


46 

35 

29 

120 




180 
88 
53 
40 




376 








410 








218 


4 




1 


261 






18 

5 

2 
1 
29 




21 




89 


3 








2 


1 










13 






i 

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74 













226 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



Calvert 

Ferryland 

Aquaforte 

Clear's Cove . 
St. Bernard's 

Admiral's 

North Side ... 

Riverhead 

Kingman's ... 
Trixie's Cove . 



SETTLEMENTS 


Area of Holdings 


T3 

a 
a 

o £ 


a 

a 

a 

w 

<u 
u 
o 

< 




4,795 


2,952 


2,040 




832 


253 


121 




63 


9 


6 




498 


311 


218 


Witless Bay 


333 


253 


200 


Mobile 


197 


106 


76 


Tor's Cove 


192 


131 


95 




43 


31 


24 


St. Michael's 


30 


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49 


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18 


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57 


41 


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11 


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292 


172 


67 



152 

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107 

321 

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11 
51 
30 
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32 

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73 

11 

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51 

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41 
24 

5 



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227 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





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Long Beach 

Drook 

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Biscay Bay 

Trepassey 

Trepassey Central.. 

Shoal Point 

Daniel's Point 

North West Arm... 

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St. Shott's 



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102 

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Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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District of Placentia and St. Mary's 

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St. Vincent's 

Gaskiers 

Point La Haye 

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St. Mary's .' 

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River Head 

Mall Bay 

Admiral's Beach 

Mosquito 

Regina 

Mussel Pond 

St. Joseph's 

New Bridge 

Forest Field 

St. Catherine's 

Mount Carmel 

Mitchell's Brook 

Harricot 

Tickles 

Colinet 

John's Pond 



6,324 



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126 

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52 

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69 

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147 

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101 

34 

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128 

57 

19 

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106 

58 

18 

14 

73 

7 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. 1935 



231 



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87 

86 
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5 
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232 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




K 



North Harbour 

Garden Cove 

Beckford 

Branch 

East Cove 

Point Lance 

Golden Bay 

Cape St. Mary's .. . 

Lear's Cove 

St. Bride's 

Custlett 

Angel's Cove 

Patrick's Cove 

Gooseberry 

Ship Cove 

Great Barrisway ... 
Little Barrisway ... 

Point Verde 

Placentia S. E 

Placentia 

Placentia Junction . 

Dunville 

Jersey Side 

Freshwater 

Marquise 

Argentia 



22 

322 

107 

46 

79 

14 

56 

22 

14 

363 

291 

225 

32 

206 

115 

37 

302 

169 



41 

4 

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173 

4 

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8 


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171 


150 


61 


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27 


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63 


50 


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49 


41 


18 


14 


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9 


174 


141 


132 


110 


116 


82 


4 


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114 


91 


44 


33 


24 


19 


145 


122 


127 


113 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



233 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under 1 Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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67 


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37 


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82 


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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



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SETTLEMENTS 



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Port Royal 

Kingwell 

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Brewley 

Rose-au-Rue 

Indian Harbour 

Merasheen 

Jean de Gaunt 

Pinchard's Island 

Gaulton's Island 

Harbour Island 

Cooper's Cove 

Tack's Beach 

Bests Harbour 

Broad Cove 

Iona 

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North Harbour 

Swift Current 

Sound Island 

Woody Island 

Bar Haven 



2,811 



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1,306 



69 
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11 

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17 
34 
16 
24 
28 
38 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



237 



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238 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Prowseton 

Davis Cove 

Chamber's Island ... . 

Queen's Bank 

Clattice Harbour 

Chandler's Harbour.. 

Little Paradise 

Bona 

Isle Valen 

St. Leonard's 

St. Kyran's 

Murphy's Cove 

St. Anne's 

Presque 

Deep Cove 

Tosselo 

Beckford's Cove 

Great Bona 

Great Paradise 

Monkstown 

Darby's Harbour 

South East Bight 

Petit Forte 

Burnt Island 

St. Joseph's 

Little Harbour 




2 
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37 

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28 

52 

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56 

12 

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37 



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18 
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13 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



239 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



























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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 




Brookside 

Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove 

Oderin 

Baine Harbour 

Rushoon 

Creston South 

Marystown South 

Beau Bois 

Little Bay 

Duricle 

Tides Point 

Tides Cove 
Fox Cove 
Mortier . 
Rock Harbour 
Jean de Bay 
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Red Harbour 
Spanish Room 
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Marystown North 
Creston North 
Marticot Island 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



241 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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242 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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Collin's Cove 

Kirby's Cove 

Mosquito Cove 

Pardy's Island 

Kelly's Cove 

Step a Side 

Great Burin 

Shalloway 

Whale Cove .. 

Burin Bay ... 

Ship Cove, Path End 

Black Duck Cove 

S'andy Point 

Long Cove 

TheDroke 

Salmonier 

Burin Bay Arm 

Salt Pond . 

Loon's Cove 

Bay View 

Kimberley 



3,641 



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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



243 



Table 7: Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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2 




5 




1 


1 

5 

4 




16 







24 









488 








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38 




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244 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


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a 
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a 
X 

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w 

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28 


4 


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Wandsworth 


33 


31 


25 


Lanse a L'Eau 


1 
20 






Corbin 


17 


8 


Little St. Lawrence ... 


17 


17 


IS 


St. Lawrence 


200 


193 


160 


Lawn 


94 


92 


84 


Roundabout 


6 


6 


4 


Lord's Cove 


98 


84 


74 


Taylor's Bay 


58 


38 


35 


Point aux Gaul 


119 


92 


87 


Lamaline East 


96 


77 


73 


Lamaline West 


129 


106 


104 


Meadows 


123 


63 


61 




59 


30 


23 


High Beach 


66 


62 


60 




38 


38 


36 




112 


111 


106 




















158 


123 


119 




178 


105 


84 


Grand Bank 


665 


389 


320 




40 


17 


14 


Grand Beach 


61 


43 


39 




75 


69 


56 




233 


195 


163 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



245 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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to 

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43 

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13 



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6 
11 



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51 

123 

2 
1 
5 
9 



246 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND/AND LABRADOR,' 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



I 



O 

X 



a 



•a 

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in P 

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District of Fortune Bay-Hermitage 

Point Enragee 

Great Jervais 

Barrisway de Plate 

Grand John 

Langue de Cerf 

St. Bernard's 

Jacques Fontaine 

Bay l'Argent 

Little Bay East 

Little Harbour East 

Harbour Mille 

Terrenceville 

Grand le Pierre 

Pay's Cove 

English Harbour East 

Bay de 1'Eau 

New Harbour 

Femme 

Long Harbour Beach 

Hoop Cove 

Anderson's Cove 



2,856 



49 

4 

2 

3 

5 

44 

23 

74 

59 

11 

41 

58 

18 



36 

7 

1 

12 

2 

1 



Stone's Cove 


18 


Hare Harbour 


3 




34 




7 



1,940 



43 
2 

1 
3 
5 
39 
20 
64 
50 
11 
39 
56 
16 



36 
7 
1 

12 
2 
1 
8 

18 
3 

21 
7 



1,321 



32 
1 

1 

2 

2 

27 

11 

31 

34 

7 

27 

43 

14 



29 
5 
1 

10 
2 
1 
5 

14 
2 

12 
4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1937 



247 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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a 
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109 



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341 
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1 

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4 
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8 
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10 
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6 
6 
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248 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




Lally Cove 

Bay du Nord 

Lake's Beach 

Turnip Cove 

Pool's Cove 

Corbin 

Barrow 

Belleoram 

St. Jacques 

St. Jacques Island 

English Harbour West 

Mose Ambrose 

Boxey 

Blanchet 

St. John's Bay 

Coomb's Cove 

Wreck Cove 

Red Cove 

Bay de l'Eau Island 
Miller's Passage 
Little Bay West 
Jersey Harbour 
Broad Cove 
Harbour Breton 
Deadman's Cove 
Sagona 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



249 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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250 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7 Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Mercer's Cove (Brunette) . 
Forward's Cove (Brunette) 

Great Harbour 

Dawson's Cove 

Seal Cove 

Pass Island 

Grole 

Hermitage 

Furby's Cove 

Barrisway Cove 

Round Cove 

Hardy's Cove 

Little Passage 

Gaultois 

Piccaire 

Round Harbour 

Little Bay 

Patrick's Harbour 

Harbour Gallett 

Raymond's Point 

Burnt Woods 

Conne 

Head of Conne 

Morrisville 

Lector's Cove 

Milltown 



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21 

2 

9 

85 

89 

20 

28 

115 

21 

5 

16 

12 

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16 

35 

28 

162 

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9 


5 


79 


55 


89 


58 


18 


8 


27 


16 


98 


69 


19 


12 


5 


4 


16 


9 


12 


8 


1 


1 


22 


11 


5 


2 


3 


1 


9 


2 


2 


1 


10 


6 


8 


5 


12 


9 


31 


23 


11 


9 


17 


16 


3 


2 


49 


39 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



251 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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2 

1 

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14 

21 

4 

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252 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




X 



o 

< 



Head of Bay d'Espoir 

St. Joseph's 

Swanger's Cove 

St. Alban's 

Roti Point 

King's Cove 

Goblin 

Bay d'Est 

Couilliard 

Stanley's Cove 

Great Jervais 

Pushthrough 

Saddle Island 

McCallum 



74 
48 
6 
141 
1 
3 
6 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



253 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 















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173 






37 








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11 


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200 














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1 


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254 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


2 


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a 

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District of Burgeo and La Poile . 


539 


394 


2G7 


Rencontre West 


11 


11 




3 


New Harbour 


7 


7 




4 


Francois 


5 


5 




2 


Cape La Hune 


3 


3 




2 




3 


3 




1 




5 


5 




3 




3 


3 




1 




10 


10 




6 


Deer Island 


1 

2 

28 


1 

2 

28 














15 


Hunt's Island 


1 

1 

11 


1 

1 

11 






Otter's Point .. 








5 




3 


3 




3 


North Bay 


12 


12 




12 


Little Bay 


9 


9 




7 




1 


1 




1 


La Plante 


2 


2 




1 


West Point 


- 7 


7 




5 


Petites 


3 


3 




1 


Harbour le Cou 


8 


8 




5 




9 


9 




6 


1 
1 


7 


7 






9 


9 


5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



255 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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256 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





I 


a 






T3 




>> 


SETTLEMENTS 


1 


J 

T3 


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Fox Roost 


5 


5 


4 


Margaree 


4 


4 


3 


Port aux Basques 


18 


17 


6 


Channel 


7 


7 


2 


Lake's Brook 


2 


2 




Mouse Island 


7 


7 


1 


Grand Bay East 


4 


4 


1 


Grand Bay West 


17 


17 


13 


Long Grade Farm 


18 


11 


11 




54 


39 


34 




242 


120 


104 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



257 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 















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'a 


a 

■a 

u 


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o 
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2 
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258 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7, Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 


w 

ho 

a 

■3 
t — i 

o 
X 

o 

as 
<u 
u 

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a 
a 

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Acres in Hay 


District of St. George-Port au Port . 


59,434 


10,225 


8,722 


Red Rocks 


35 


10 


10 


Wreck House 


141 


141 


138 


McDougall's Gulch 


719 


46 


38 


St Andrew's 


3,918 


415 


352 


Tompkins 


3,414 


360 


288 


Searston 


2,921 


396 


310 


Upper Ferry 


2,583 


262 


206 


Doyle's 


810 


78 


70 


Overfall 








South Branch 


2,447 


434 


371 


O'Regan's 


2,243 


316 


264 


Great Codroy 


2,612 


335 


275 


Millville | 


1,291 


185 


160 


1 
Woodville 


182 


45 


34 


Codroy and Cape Anguille j 


1,141 


1 
476 


384 


Middle Barachoix 


1,008 


193 | 


153 


Jeffrey's 


1 
935 


192 j 


153 


St. David's 


1,544 


274 


203 


St. Fintan's 


689 


53 


40 


Loch Leven 


460 


73 


63 


Highlands 


1,736 


269 


224 


Codroy Pond 


308 


24 


20 


Five Mile Pool 


28 


1 
6 


4 


North Branch 


5 


4 


3 


Rainy Brook 


2 


2 j 

1 
i 




1 
1 





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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



259 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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a 
t< 


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CO 

11 
u 

< 


CO 

ft 

c 

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1 


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45 

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308 


212 


822 


160 


6,332 


1 


42,877 


1 












25 






1 
1 
32 
28 
33 
24 
4 


2 
1 
1 
1 
8 
2 








3 


3 
6 
4 
4 
4 
1 


122 
273 
371 
274 
200 
68 




551 


24 




3,230 


39 




2,683 
2,251 
2,121 


4 




26 




3 




664 




1 
3 
3 

2 






23 


13 
5 
8 
2 
3 

15 
8 
6 

19 
4 
1 
7 


26 

28 

20 

14 

5 

47 

21 

23 

35 

7 

7 

23 

4 

1 

1 


220 

173 

186 

90 

45 

228 

58 

88 

96 

12 

15 

137 

14 




1,793 
1,754 
2,091 
1,016 
92 


16 




29 




7 




3 




6 


24 
8 
8 

16 
2 
2 
8 




437 


3 




757 


2 




655 


1 




1,174 
624 










372 


7 




1,330 
270 






1 


1 




22 








1 




1 

















260 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Cartyville 

Robinson's 

Robinson's Station . 

Heatherton 

Fischell's 

Fischell's Siding 

Shallop Cove 

Muddy Hole 

Flat Bay 

St. Teresa's 

Journois 

Matt's Point 

Barachoix .. 

St. George's 

Sandy Point 

Stephen ville 

Kippens 

Stephenville Crossing 

White's Road 

Black Duck 

Island Pool 

Dump Pool 

Jack Burke's 

Harry's Brook 

George's Lake 

Spruce Brook 



a 

"o 

X 

<w 
O 

a 

0) 

< 

790 

1,772 

610 

1,577 

144 

10 

444 

165 

71 

351 

208 

95 

1,433 

2,395 

325 

4,266 

469 

606 

500 

543 

125 



93 




52 



187 



l 



66 

47 

76 

69 

44 

20 
377 
144 
887 

53 

I 
235 

12 

30 | 

I 
7 



11 



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92 
295 

76 

153 

30 

3 

153 

53 

39 

65 

61 

38 

16 

312 

128 

806 

50 

196 

9 

26 

7 



10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



261 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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16 

i 

44 



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4 

19 
7 
7 
2 

6 
2 
1 
2 



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47 
10 
21 
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6 

3 
38 
13 
31 

3 
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619 

1,230 

449 

1,272 

105 

6 

170 

57 

6 

228 

121 

33 

1,377 

1,657 

149 

2,696 

383 

293 

450 

482 

118 



81 



34 



262 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 







TS 




SETTLEMENTS 


2 
K 

O 

a 
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u 

< 


1-1 

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u a 


a 
X 

a 

W 
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y 

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717 


63 


60 


Port au Port 


1,254 


278 


264 




584 


115 


106 




37 


2 


1 




81 


19 


18 


















461 


99 


94 




461 


49 


44 




22 


19 


17 


Fox Island River 


183 


47 


43 


Campbell's Creek . 


965 


160 


153 


Abraham's Cove 


135 


19 


18 




74 


29 


25 


Tom Touche's Cove 


119 


44 


39 




231 


75 


69 




28 


27 


25 


Sheaves Cove 


160 


41 


32 




699 


132 


118 




137 


37 


34 




256 


104 


96 




563 


190 


164 




332 


129 


120 




308 


88 


82 




136 


72 


70 




495 


164 


150 




538 


135 


123 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



263 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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i 

4 
2 


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2 
9 
6 
1 
1 




8 

233 

56 

1 

10 




646 






1 
1 





743 








413 








34 












52 




















5 
3 
1 
2 
6 
1 
4 
3 
5 
2 
9 

10 
3 
6 

19 
8 
4 
2 

12 
7 




82 

19 

3 

8 

200 

16 

8 

21 

25 




280 






1 


1 
1 




393 














2 
1 




128 










605 










100 










37 






1 


1 

1 





54 






131 










1 










22 

205 

19 

25 

172 

68 

8 

18 

83 

174 




97 






3 


1 




362 








81 






1 
2 

1 
1 


1 

1 




127 




4 




201 






135 






1 




212 








46 






1 
2 


1 
1 




248 




2 




229 









264 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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1 






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SETTLEMENTS 




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Black Duck Brook 


241 


119 


105 


Long Point 


203 


53 


48 


Tea Cove 


37 


19 


18 


West Bay 


310 


70 


64 




1,357 


113 


103 




94 


39 


31 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



265 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 















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114 

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106 






140 






11 


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176 






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34 









266 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



2 

o 
X 



X) 

a 



X 



District of Humber 

Howley 

Junction Brook 

Upper Humber .... 

Halcyon 

Nicholsville 

Deer Lake West 

Lake Siding 

Little Harbour 

Pyrin's Brook 

Pasadena 

South Brook 

Deer Lake 

Rocky Brook 

Humbermouth 

Corner Brook 

Curling 

Petries 

Georgetown 

Mount Moriah 

Cook's Pond and Siding . 

Cook's Brook 

Halfway Point 

Benoit's Cove 

John's Beach 



17,718 



167 

70 

236 

425 

522 

220 

51 

10 

34 

2,356 

45 

267 

952 

8,442 

692 

461 

131 
363 

70 

20 

135 

134 

22 



2,282 



30 

3 

24 

11 

49 

35 

6 

7 

4 

15 

3 

64 



102 

144 
54 

122 
64 

169 
8 
2 

115 
79 
13 



1,649 



6 

6 

40 

21 

4 

4 

2 

11 



15 



66 
55 
30 
86 
52 
139 



82 
63 
1C 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



267 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



g 

a 
a 

CO 

QJ 
li 
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Acres in Turnips 


Acres in Potatoes 


W> 
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PL. 

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Acres in Strawberries 
and Other Small Fruit 


Acres in Woods 
or Timber 


9 


78 


453 


83 


1,456 


10 


13,980 




1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
2 


21 
2 

8 
3 

5 
10 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
45 


2 

2 
1 
1 
1 


25 
9 

30 

50 
120 

70 
4 
3 
5 

12 
6 

25 


1 


112 




58 


5 







182 
364 




353 


1 




115 
41 




2 
1 
1 
1 
2 










25 




1 

1 




2,329 




36 


1 




178 










2 
8 
2 
6 
2 
3 
2 


29 
70 
20 
24 
9 

i 

21 

2 

1 

10 

12 

1 


5 
9 
2 
6 

1 
3 
3 
1 
20 
2 
1 


150 

338 

60 

120 

18 

42 

3 

18 

20 

55 

9 





700 


2 


7,960 
578 











219 




1 




49 




1 

1 


152 




59 








3 

2 

1 


1 


















1 





268 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




Voy's Beach 


16 


13 


10 


Frenchman's Cove 


94 


62 


50 


Little Port 


20 


12 


9 


Bateau Cove 


26 


14 


11 




218 


106 


85 




140 


38 


26 




92 


65 


60 


Hughes Brook 

Irishtown 


26 






82 


54 


41 




141 


92 


72 


Meadows 


200 


135 


117 




181 


116 


93 


Mclvers 


125 


102 


78 




49 


29 


24 




73 


60 


51 


Goose Arm 








54 


38 


34 




237 


119 


109 


Wood's Island Harbour 


119 


104 


81 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



269 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 









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30 

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17 

3 

6 
18 
18 
18 

8 
20 










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2 
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94 






10 










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3 
3 
3 
6 
4 
1 


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15 
14 
11 
18 

4 


2 
2 
1 
1 
2 


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22 






31 








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3 
8 

17 


1 

1 
5 


16 
29 
15 










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1 




89 



















270 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of St. Barbe 

Trout River 

Curzon Village 

Woody Point 

Muddy Brook 

Winter House Brook 
St. Joseph's Cove .... 

Shoal Brook 

Silver Point 

Birchy Head 

Silverton 

Glenburnie 

Lomond 

Eastern Arm 

Mill Cove 

Gads Harbour 

Neddie's Harbour .... 

Norris Point 

Wild Cove 

Rocky Harbour 

Bear Cove 

Woody Cove 

Lobster Cove Head .... 

Lobster Cove 

Bakers Brook 

Green Point 









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5,059 


3,076 


2,595 



421 

58 

105 

6 

20 

8 

46 

14 

I 
40 

17 
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109 

96 

66 

41 

14 

74 
289 

53 
231 

80 

13 
3 

37 

11 

13 



203 

48 

61 

5 

20 

8 
32 j 

14 I 

30 j 

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17 

49 

32 
4 

21 

11 

26 
110 

21 
143 

46 

13 
3 

26 
8 

13 



182 

41 

52 

4 

16 

7 

26 

11 

25 

13 

38 

6 

3 

18 
9 

21 

85 

15 
110 

35 
9 
3 

20 
5 

11 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



271 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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60 






62 




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2 
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3 
15 
3 
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6 
4 
6 




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167 






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84 




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28 










1 
1 


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1 
1 


1 
1 
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11 






3 



















272 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



















SETTLEMENTS 


3 


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73 


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Salley's Cove 


64 


51 


41 


Martin's Point 


7 


7 


5 


Broom Point 


4 


4 


3 


St. Paul's 


70 


60 


51 




207 


135 


121 


Belldown's Point 


16 


11 


8 


Three Mile Rock 


7 


5 


4 


Parsons Pond 


197 


122 


110 


Portland Creek 


110 


19 


16 




200 


105 


93 


Bellburns 


58 


44 


38 


River of Ponds 


37 


27 


24 




42 


19 


16 




155 


56 


53 


Hawke's Bay 


5 


5 


3 




402 


128 


113 




17 


11 


9 




4 


2 


2 


Old Port au Choix 


47 


13 


12 




122 


21 


15 


Eddie's Cove (West) 


63 


27 


22 


Tilt Cove (St. John's Bay) 


3 


3 


2 


St John's Island 


4 


3 


2 




10 


6 


5 




5 


5 


5 




8 


6 


5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



273 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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Acres in Woods 
or Timber 




2 
1 


6 
1 
1 
5 
8 
1 
1 
6 
1 
6 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 


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2 
3 
1 


2 
3 
1 








10 




9 




63 






5 








2 




3 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 


3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 






75 








91 




13 




82 






14 








10 








23 






99 












3 

1 


256 

6 

2 

34 

101 

36 




18 


















1 
4 
3 










1 
1 


1 
1 

1 






















1 

1 


1 
4 






























1 




2 

















274 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 




settlement: 



re 

a 



Bartlett's Harbour.. 

Ferrole Point 

New Ferrole 

Shoal Cove (West). 

Reefs Harbour 

Bird Cove 

Brig Bay 

Plum Point 

Blue Cove 

Pond Cove 

St. Genevieve Bay.. 
Gooseberry Island.. 

Current Island 

Forrest's Tickle 

Black Duck Cove .... 

Pigeon Cove 

St. Barbe Bay 

Anchor Point 

Deadman's Cove ... 

Bear Cove 

Chamber's Island... 

Seal Point 

Flower's Cove 

Nameless Cove 

Mistaken Cove 

Savage Cove 



15 

4 

20 

21 

25 

38 

41 

45 

15 

7 

3 

3 

33 

36 

21 

3 

1 

46 

20 

81 

16 

66 

301 

66 

12 

16 



13 

1 
20 
21 
24 
27 
18 
14 
15 

7 

3 

3 
33 
36 
21 

3 

1 

46 

I 
20 I 

I 
81 

16 

65 

295 

66 

12 

15 



11 



17 
18 
20 
21 
13 
11 
9 
6 
3 
3 

30 

33 

16 

3 

] 

41 

18 

78 

14 

62 

272 

57 

10 

12 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



275 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



3 



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3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
13 
5 
1 
1 



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11 
23 
31 



11 



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276 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



□ 

is 

o 
K 

O 

CO 



c 

CB 

iJ 

o £ 

w P 

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Sandy Cove 

Shoal Cove 

Poyne's Cove 

Green Island Cove . 

Lower Cove 

Green Island Brook 

Eddie's Cove 

Four Mile Cove 

Big Brook 



81 
39 
30 
62 
8 
52 
69 
10 
24 



76 
39 

30 

58 

8 

48 

48 
10 
24 



62 
33 
23 
43 

7 
39 
37 

8 
21 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



277 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 







































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2 
2 
4 


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3 
4 
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5 
7 
1 
2 


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1 
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2 


2 
2 
1 


4 
21 




















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1 









278 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 





to 








1 


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a 






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SETTLEMENTS 


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Packs Harbour 
Mullin's Cove 
Mulliock 



District of Labrador 

Forteau 

L'Ance Amour 
L'Ance au Loup 
L'Ance au Diable .. .. 

Capstan Island 

West St. Modeste . 

Pinware . 

Red Bay . 

Spotted Islands 

Black Tickle ... . 
Salmon Bight ... 

Indian Tickle 

Grady 

Cape North 

Hare Harbour 

Hare Islands 

Snook Cove 

Cartwright 

Separation Point 
Indian Harbour . 
Dumpling 



607 



4 
1 
5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
2 
1 
7 
4 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
33 
2 
3 
4 

5 
1 

1 



43 



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1 
5 
1 
1 
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1 
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CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



279 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



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a 



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3 
1 

4 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 



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1 I 

I 

1 | 

3 

1 

1 
1 



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155 



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7 
4 
2 
1 
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1 
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32 

4 

4 



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o 
o 



409 



280 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




Pearl River 

Salt Water Pond ... 
North West Island 

Sebasquasto 

Butter and Snow 
North West River 

Mud Lake 

Goose Bay .. 

Tiaverspine . 

Rigolet 

Bluff Head . . 



iVOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1930 



281 



Table 7. Occupied Land, Acres under Crops, etc., by Settlements 













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cu 3 






a 


0) 

o 


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CO 

Si 


CD 




W 


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3 


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ft 


u 


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to n 


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a 


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a 


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w 






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01 


V 


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u 


U 




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< 


< 


< 


< 


< 


< c 










4 












3 




50 










1 
9 
49 
8 
3 
6 
7 
3 










1 

4 
1 
1 


5 
1 
1 




150 






50 






15 








14 








10 












120 


















1 










282 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 







PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 


1934 






Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


Other 


DISTRICTS 


"8 

w 
■h'S 


2 

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U 

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£ & 
Sen 


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£ a 


•8 

<W*CTJ 

3 o 


3 

•go 

u 

jS-a 

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5 ° 


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w 
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.£> <U 

£ffl 


Newfoundland — 

Number 

Value $ 


2,049,207 

1,434,445 


280,255 
196,176 


95,377 
143,066 


28,434 
42,650 


14,155,397 
283,108 


2,735,337 
54,699 


44,890 
33,669 


Labrador — 

Number 


3,721 
2,605 




68 

102 




52,568 
1,051 




22 


Value $ 




17 


Total- 
Number 

Value $ 


2,052,928 
1,437,050 


280,255 
196,176 


95,445 
143,168 


28,434 
42,650 


14,207,965 
284,159 


2,735,337 
54,699 


44,912 
33,684 


White Bay — 

Value $ 

Green Bay — 

Number 

Value $ 

Grand Falls — 

Number 

Value $ 

Twillingate — 

Number 

Value $ 

Fogo — 

Number 

Value $ 

Bonavista North — ■ 

Number 

Value $ 

rionavista South — 

Number 

Value $ 


46,418 
32,493 

73,273 
51,291 

56,609 
39,626 

94,790 
66,353 

99,601 
69,721 

66,545 
46,582 

111,318 

77,923 


1,716 
1,201 

5,630 
3,941 

6,564 
4,594 

3,029 
2,120 

7,924 
5,547 

2,399 
1,679 

9,887 
6,921 


1,455 
2,183 

4,558 
6,837 

2,044 
3,066 

2,999 
4,499 

3,783 
5,675 

1,399 
2,099 

5,730 
8,595 


59 
84 

1,044 
1,566 

758 
1,137 

253 
380 

618 

927 

326 
489 

1,131 
1,697 


473,245 
9,465 

221,695 
4,434 

230,992 
4,620 

551,290 
11,026 

304,654 
6,093 

262,933 
5,259 

573,814 
11,476 


1,641 
33 

12,035 
240 

63,050 
1,261 

2,530 
51 

2,390 
48 

2,450 
49 

11,772 
235 


543 

407 

1,061 
796 

2,633 

1,975 

2,124 
1,593 

2,552 
1,914 

679 
509 

2,144 
1,608 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



233 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Veget- 
ables 



£tf) 



Hay 



Stfl 
w ° 



O "B 

5 ° 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 
0) 
O 

*l 

S-l ^ 

cufL, 

IS 



Grain 



"8 



•sl 



,£! CD 



.3 

CO 

5 






Fruit 



CD 

a*0 



Ph"5 







w 


w 


CD 


CU 






h 


*h 


!h 








3 o ra 


«s 


h cci 


B50 


uOO 



a pj 
SO 



£ i 3 



7,831 52,459 
5,86311,259,016 



3,258 
78,222 



3,874 
77,480 



3,750 
2,999 



16,083 
11,248 



9,510 
6,658 



10,554 
7,392 



64,317 
7,795 



7,831 
5,863 



52,459 
1,259,016 



3,258 
78,222 



3,874 
77,480 



3,750 
2,999 



16,083 9,510 
11,2481 6,658 



10,554 
7,392 



64,317 
7,795 



75 
56 

132 
99 

38 
29 



996 
23,904 

1,064 
25,536 

749 
17,976 

1,746 
41,904 



1,236 
74 29,664 



23 
17 

166 

125 



556 
13,344 

1,691 
40,584 



26 
624 

66 
1,584 

65 
1,560 

162 
3,888 

105 
2,520 

31 
774 

168 
4,032 



1 

20 



.1 



16 
320 



402 
281 

618 
433 

482 
337 



1 
20 



6 
120 



150 
105 

2,422 
1,695 



4 
3 

329 
230 

263 
184 

126 

88 

67 
47 

106 

74 

744 
521 



132 13,224 



92 

1,430 
1,001 

1,231 
862 

920 
644 

284 
199 

391 

274 



1,587 

5,034 
604 

85 
10 

176 
21 

44 
5 

116 

14 



938 4,747 
657 570 



284 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 



DISTRICTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 












Turnips 



"2 



J-l 

■si 
la 



o o 

S £ 



Cabbage 



«4H 03 

°K 

O) M 

!§ 

3 O 

SO, 






Other 



■a 

01 

■h'Ss 
°« 

P£ 



Trinity North — 

Number 

Value $ 

Trinity South — 

Number 

Value $ 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde- 
Number 

Value $ 

Harbour Grace — 

Number .. 

Value $ .*. 

Port de Grave — 

Number 

Value $ 

Harbour Main-Bell Island- 
Number 

Value $ 

St. John's West- 
Number 

Value $ 

St. John's East — 

Number 

Value $ 

Ferryland — 

Number 

Value $ 

Placentia and St. Mary's — 
Number 

Value $ 



106,357 3,297 



74,450 


2,308 


86,735 


3,566 


60,715 


2,496 


175,888 


10,210 


123,122 


7,147 


86,030 


7,144 


60,221 


5,001 


117,290 


12,965 


82,103 


9,075 


206,666 


49,606 


144,666 


34,724 


53,469 


27,234 


37,428 


19,064 


103,805 


33,267 


72,664 


23,287 


66,177 


4,286 


46,324 


3,000 


71,679 


4,213 


50,175 


2,949 



4,392 
6,588 

2,938 
4,407 



306 
459 

480 
720 



4,074 


404 


6,111 


606 


3,982 


1,702 


5,973 


2,553 


2,365 


410 


3,548 


615 


8,037 


2,044 


12,056 


3,066 


10,006 


7,300 


15,009 


10,950 


11,376 


4,984 


17,064 


7,476 


2,315 


295 


3,473 


443 


4,340 


352 


6,510 


528 



740,260 
14,805 

672,975 
13,460 

922,683 
18,454 

678,174 
13,563 

578,830 
11,577 

879,906 
17,598 

1,947,293 
38,948 

425,903 
8,518 

535,101 
10,702 

1,040,805 
20,816 






12,490 
250 

8,098 

162 

3,520 

70 

112,760 
2,255 

12,916 
258 

94,950 
1,891 

1,511,464 
30,229 

220,380 
4,408 

39,034 
781 

10,413 
208 



1,627 
1,220 

2,305 
1,729 

1,908 
1,431 

4,536 
3,402 

2,081 
1,561 

2,818 
2,114 

2,621 
1,966 

828 

621 

977 
733 

2,300 
1,725 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



285 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Veget- 
ables 



CD r-14 

£} CD 
C CO 



Hay 



u co 

Sh CO 

St* 



59 

44 

92 
69 



1,995 
47,880 

1,518 
36,432 



25: 2,851 

I 
19 68,424 



2,625 
1,969 



1,231 
29,544 



88 1 1,655 

I 
66 39,720 



545 
409 

1,928 
1,446 

57 
43 

410 
308 

62 

47 



I 



3,530 
84,720 

7,271 
174,504 

2,785 
66,840 

2,071 
49,704 

3,580 
85,920 



Other 
Fodder 



O 13 
S-.0 

3 ° 



140| 

I 

3,360 

116 
2,784 

160 
3,840 

73 
1,752 

88 
2,112 

183 
4,392 

190 
4,560 

109 
2,616 

130 
3,120 

142 
3,408 



T3 
CD 
o 

^^ 

a; PL, 

s. ° 



20 

46 
920 

52 
1,040 

73 
1,460 

31 
620 

125 
2,500 

2,837 
56,740 

399 
7,980 

27 
540 

8 
160 



Grain 



13 

CD 
A 
co 
CD 

CD £ 

S^ 
2 CO 

Spq 



10 



497 
398 

600 
480 



I 



O 






... | 



CD C 



I 



2,2441 

1,571| 

I 

I 

4581 

321 

I 

65| 

I 
46| 

I 
73] 

I 

51! 

I 

I 

2521 

176| 



111| 

I 

78 1 

127| 

I 

89, 

629 
440 

592 
414 



Fruit 



CD 

£ o 

CO ^zj 

h cs 

So 



276| 
193| 

167| 

I 

117| 
I 
I 

119| 

I 
83| 

I 

! 
34| 

24 1 

I 

I 

875 

613 



815| 3,295 

I 
5711 2,307 



212 

148 



CD 



J3 CD 
S « 

u o 
3 o 

OO 



257| 
180| 



235 
165 

26 
18 



_ a 

g co 
CD ."£ 



623 

74 



608) 4,094 
4261 491 



1,182 
142 

484 
58 



I 

581] 3,588 

407| 432 

I 

1,131| 10,630 

792j 1,276 



321| 

I 
2271 



132 
92 



363 


354 


77 


254 


243 


9 


46 


77 


3,055 


32 


54 


367 


107 


434 


218 


75 


304 


26 



286 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 



DISTRICTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



Placentia West — ■ 

Number 

Value $ 

Burin — 

Number 

Value $ 

Fortune Bay & Hermitage- 
Number 

Value $ 

Burgeo and LaPoile — 

Number 

Value $ 

St. George-Port au Port- 
Number 

Value $ 

Humber — 

Number 

Value $ 

St. Barbe— 

Number 

Value $ 

Labrador — 

Number 

Value $ 



"8 



11 



41,282 
28,897 

24,204 
16,943 






2,030 
1,421 

1,412 
988 



Turnips 



48,562 


3,649 


33,993 


2,554 


9,448 


101 


6,614 


71 


180,232 


66,359 


126,162 


46,451 


72,668 


10,917 


50,868 


7,642 


50,161 


2,850 


35,113 


1,995 


3,721 









2,605 



0) 

w 

Li 

S to 

ia 

3 to 

za 



1,271 
1,907 

2,204 
3,306 

2,300 
3,450 

1,081 
1,622 

7,821 
11,732 

2,950 
4,425 

1,957 
2,936 

68 
102 



•3 
It 

I s 



95 
143 

121 
182 

135 
203 

250 
375 

3,999[ 
5,9991 



Cabbage 



I 






1,116 
1,674 

252 
378 



'■K 



632,937 
13,659 

687,445 
13,748 

403,854 
8,077 

270,707 
5,414 

588,993 
11,780 

280,818 
5,616 

200,090 
4,002 

52,568 
1,051 



u 

QJ W 

,QT3 



5° 



Other 


TS 


01 


w 




"h ns 


°tf 




Bit 


3 3 


gft 



13,027 


261 


18,385 


368 


7,812 


156 


9,150 



183 

420,265 
8,405 

134,375 
2,688 

10,430 
209 



871 
653 

977 
733 

999 

749 

465 

349 

3,814 
2,861 

3,087 
2,315 

940 
705 

22 
17 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



287 



Table 8. Products of the Land by Districts 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Veget- 
ables 



n ° 

£1 4) 



Hay 



«-<'$ 




o U 


o-^j. 








SH o 


iSw 


£W 


|s 


3 o 


Sh 


£H 



Other 
Fodder 



114 

86 

41 
17 



861 
646 

377 
283 

14 
11 



1,032 
24,768 

2,454 
58,896 

1,297 
31,128 

364 
8,736 

6,912 
165,888 

1,496 
35,904 

2,379 
57,096 



68 
1,632 

105 
2,520 

74 
1,776 

15 
.360 

823 
19,752 

142 
3,408 

77 
1,848 



T3 
V 

|S 
|z;eh 



230 
4,600 

21 
420 



Grain 



QJ ^ 



2,633 
2,106 



.s 

O 



a 



Fruit 






Sh 
CD 

f o 

S3 



10 

7 

20 
14 

HI 



5,018| 

I 

3,513| 

I 

I 

832| 

I 
5821 



0) 



JS 



01 



^1 ^ w 

^ •S c 

cc <U o 

H Or-< 
3 O eg 

OOO 



105 
74 

87| 
61) 

40 
28 



752| 1,452 

I 
516] 1,016 



668 
468 

25 
18 



23 
16 

101 

71 

326 
228 



165 

115 

480 
336 

103 
76 



g to 

±; n 



30 
4 

1,424 
171 

899 
108 



7,397 
888 

350 
42 

6,698 
804 



288 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District White Bay 

Value $ 

LaScie 

Brent's Cove 

Harbour Round 

St. Barbe Island . 

Ming's Bight 

Baie Verte , 

Coachman's Cove .. 

Fleur-de-Lys 

Woodstock 

Pacquet 

Wild Cove 

Lobster Harbour .... 

Big Cove 

Seal Cove 

Middle Arm 

Stuckless Cove 

Back Cove 

Western Arm 

Bear Cove 

Granby Island 

Pumbley Cove 

Purbeck's Cove 

Westport 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


T3 
01 




"8 




13 

HI 




«H CO 


°co 


•H'3 


o o 
to 




2 
•go 








h 


J-( 


h 


0)^3 


i> J3 


<1) W 




oi w 


s> w 


x> <" 


-Q 0) 


&!» 


-Q "c 


,£»Tj 


■""S 


pi -3 


QXi 


Sri 


§& 


§ = 


6^ 


3 3 


3 3 


3 co 


3 co 


3 o :- 


£ffl 


Sffl 


2;cq 


£« 


s£ 


So, 



46,418 
32,493 



4,504 

814 

606 

476 

628 

484 

3,262 

2,373 

1,620 

754 

647 

20 

147 

1,016 

222 

75 

453 

361 

221 

322 

401 

129 

427 



1,716 
1,201 



I 



100 



174 



1,455 
2,18 



66 



21 
33 
6 
9 
42 
42 



257 

2 

7 

11 

4 

15 

92 

66 

26 

4 

3 

3 

4 

9 



7 
36 



27 



5 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
11 



59 
84 



11 



473,2451 1,641 



9,465 



19,050 

3,000 

5,800 

2,300 

3,100 

4,500 

20,900 

17,050 

8,800 

3,450 

5,700 

550 

1,650 

10,350 

810 

800 

3,550 

680 

790 

1,340 

1,900 

1,800 

9,150 



33 



200 



500 



200 



70 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



iW 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Numter of 
Bushels Raised 


Number of : 
Bushels Sold 


'a « 

Xl 1 - 1 

5 ° 


«4H 
MO 

5 ° 


a 

B S 


,£! 0) 


•iH 

u 

o 

o 
V 




to" 

oi 

'H 
u 

|a 

So 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


S o 

MO 


543 




996 
23,904 


26 

624 


1 
20 








4 
3 


132 
92 


13,224 
1,587 


407 



















94 

9 

6 

5 

6 

7 

30 

26 

13 

5 

13 


1 












14 












































21 




















4 




















40 




















4 




















55 


































24 
















6 
1 
3 

36 

1 




















3 




1 
20 

1 
















66 




























3 

11 
7 
2 
6 
4 
1 
13 



















3 
2 
2 
8 
2 
2 
11 
































2 
















1 
































1 










3 
9 






1 










S 

















290 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


o 

m 

°K 

A 4) 
*- m 

Zm 


«H O 


■s 

■s'3 

u 

(t) M 

S u 

3. a 
Zm 


s >- 

am 


w 
u 


2 

■go 

!« 
zS, 


Pound Cove 


267 

1,032 

298 

222 

54 

189 

273 

579 

1,311 

2,133 

364 

71 

536 

330 

336 

488 

222 

189 

2,758 

381 

1,806 

129 

83 

39 

207 


4 

114 
27 

15 
33 
45 
54 

142 


4 
11 

1 

1 




1,750 

2,570 

450 

170 

320 

2,760 

1,590 

4,000 

4,650 

11,530 

2,800 

1,900 

3,630 

3,250 

4,020 

7,050 

700 

2,750 

27,900 

7,720 

21,810 

450 

1,550 




Hampden 




George's Cove 

Beaches 

Burtons Cove 






Hannah's Cove 


7 
3 

10 
3 

17 

1 
1 






Brown's Cove 




Sops Arm 




Sops Island 




Jackson's Arm ... 




Coney Arm 

Little Harbour Deep 


l 


Great Harbour Deep 




Williamsport 


6 
1 

40 
11 
24 
271 
23 
24 






Hooping Harbour 




Canada Harbour 




Wild Cove, Canada Bay 




Canada Bay 


24 




Englee 




Groais Islands 




Conche 




Crouse 






Croque 




St. Julien's 










Grandois 








1,550 













CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



291 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



n 
en 
w 

°K 

2 .B 
G co 



40| 

31 
ll 
II 

J 
i 

51 

I 

301 



12| 
33| 

J 

21 



I 

I 

6! 
I 

I 

I 

3! 
I 

2 T 

■ 21 



o ° 

B .B 



Hay 



Other 
Fodder 



II 



2 
8 

3 j 

9 

9 

3 

7 

2 

1 

'6 

2 

2 
42 
11 
79 

4 

2 



O T3 

S3 



CD a, 
a* 
B % 
2 ° 



Grain 



"8 



.3 a.' 

S CO 



o 



s 
5 



Fruit 



OJ 

cu B 

IS 



51 



B.Q fl 
IS a) g 

In oa 



So 
to pj 

S <S 



1,950 

8,914 

462 

412 

78 

682 



292 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


IS 




"8 




Ti 






<h'co 
n a; 

a a 


3 

«H O 

0) r-i 


n'fS 

s >-• 
2 a 


T3 

£ff| 




2 
"go 

u 

Sp, 


Fishot Islands 


85 

241 

708 

729 

1,071 


262 

219 

36 


5 

17 
12 

77 




2,700 

1,000 

400 

850 

6,000 




Main Brook 


1 
1 

13 




Locks Cove 




Ireland Bight 




Goose Cove 


300 


St. Anthony Bight 


449 
318 




11 

7 




7,350 
1,600 




St. Carol's 






Great Braha 


244 

341 

1,967 


9 

12 


2 
13 
59 




3,825 

4,650 

160,320 




Little Braha 




St. Anthony 




Back Goose Cove 


69 








250 




St. Lunaire 


573 
1,284 


30 


24 
43 


6 


9,695 
9,900 




Griquet 


370 


Quirpon 


198 

90 




2 

5 




1,860 
300 




Lance au Meadow 




Hay Cove 


30 




2 




700 




Spillar's Cove 


29 




2 




900 




Noddy Bay 


72 
951 


19 


3 

51 


1 


1,025 
5,340 




Cape Onion 




Raleigh 


920 


3 


81 


2 


4,940 




Cook's Harbour 


1,231 
111 

3 
333 

9 


123 


41 




3,050 
100 

600 

600 




Boat Harbour 




Cape Norman 


6 








Wild Bight 


13 

1 










Lance au Pigeon 


103 








1,400| 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Z93 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 
0) 
w 

«H CO 

°K 

B in 

3 3 

am 



o ° 

,£> 01 
B -B 



£cq 



Hay 






s B 
S ° 



3. ° 



Other 
Fodder 



13 






Grain 



0) 

d A 



.3 

6 



1 











w 




(D 












H 




01 


B 


fl 





O 


"3 


^ 


r^r 


y 




3 




Eu 





Fruit 



? Q 

wC5 



-J2 



o> 



■a|a 

It u o 

^ Oh 
3 O <? 

OOCS 



rt B 

.B 3 
Ofe 



62 



2 

14 

4 

3 



7 

4 

7 

22 

18 

10 

8 

10 

46 

2 

31 

47 

15 

9 

6 

10 

11 

26 

48 

118 

16 



26 



2 

25 

2 



22 



450 



271 



294 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 
CD 
in 

°<A 
3 3 



District Green Bay 

Value $ 

Point of Bay 

Charles Brook 

Waldron's Cove 

Fortune Harbour 

Fleurrie's Bight 

Spencer's Cove 

Rowsell's Cove 

Moore's Cove 

Cottrell's Cove 

S. E. Arm 

Point Leamington 

Paradise and Bobby's Arm . 

Leading Tickles East 

Leading Tickles West 

Glover's Harbour 

Lock's Harbour 

Winterhouse Cove 

Jim's Cove 

Card's Harbour 

Triton East 

Triton West 

Brighton Island 

Head's Harbour 



73,273 
51,291 



o M 

ax! 



Turnips 



% 
S ^ 



CD w 

■9 a 

5 a 



Cabbage 



T3 



Sh 

QJ CO 



1,162 

1,095 

769 

4,538 

76 

125 

120 

675 

1,864 

1,374 

2,608 

1,985 

441 

1,712 

492 

354 

414 

738 

542 

855 

1,435 

1,419 

421 



5,630 
3,941 



225 

159 



179 



30 

25 

33 

198 

72 
120 
720 
15 
10 
60 



7 
69 



27 
4 
1 



4,558 
6,837 



50 

96 

10 

89 

1 

1 

1 

12 

38 

16 

48 

56 

14 

15 

9 

8 

12 

9 

3 

4 

14 

5 

3 



1,044 
1,566 



13 

77 



12 



4 

17 



221,695 
4,434 



2,190 

600 

2,850 

24,880 

100 

400 
1,200 
1,200 

650 
1,700 
4,300 

200 
5,150 
1,000 
1,500 
1,300 
2,000 
2,800 
5,000 
5,370 

900 
1,200 



3 

"go 

u 



12,035 
240 



100 



400 



75 



60 



150 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



295 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND; 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


<h"c8 

°w 

Sri? 

B-g 
5 ^ 


Number of . 
Bushels Sold 


2h 


O nj 

S-iO 

S3 
5 ° 

£Eh 


T3 
cj 

a £ 

Is 




.S 

cC 

F-i 

O 

O 

3 


R w 

5 8 

toO 
PL, to 


in 
<D 

U 

Is 

> o 

«a 

cob 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


£h O 
COJ=j 
C (0 

11 ^ 
Otn 


1,061 
796 


75 
56 


1,064 
25,536 


68 
1,584 






i 



402 
281 


i 
329| 1,430 

1 
2301 1,001 


5,034 
604 


28 




18 

11 

8 

119 


1 
1 










18 
10 

6 


53 

17 

9 

182 




29 






4 






34 
270 




109 


6 
3 
















6 




2 

5 

21 

3 

20 

28 

70 

6 

17 

7 

2 

4 

18 

11 

1 ' 

1 io 

! e 

6 

1 










3 




4 














20 














28 
28 
40 
63 
9 
50 
17 
20 




58 


1 
2 










17 

88 

2 

57 


17 


37 










5 


9 










46 


6 








9 


31 


2 










3 


















80 
































4 






































13 
26 
58 
31 

17 




1 


1 
1 

1 


























I 










3 



L_ 




| 




i 




1 




1 


1 






1 



296 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



■d 

w 

•h'S 

°« 
s-s 






Turnips 


■0 




tu 




w 


T3 




"•-"S 


°tf 


W 










c s-. g tn 


3 CO 3 CB 


£m 


ZCQ 



Cabbage 



■s 



Si5 



2 
■go 

S w 

>s ° 



Pilley's Island ... . 

Robert's Arm 

Port Anson 

Miles Cove 

Paddock's Bight .. 
Wellman's Cove .. 

Lushes Bight 

Beaumont South 
Beamont North ... 
Little Bay Island 

South Brook 

Beachy Cove 

Springdale 

Dock Cove 

St. Patrick's 

Nobles Cove 

Shoal Arm 

Ward's Harbour . 
Woodford's Cove 

Little Bay 

Wild Bight 

Southern Arm ... 

Three Arms 

King's Cove 

Harry's Harbour 



3,497 
405 

2,706 
666 
402 

1,245 

1,857 

1,879 
552 

1,515 

105 

54 

7,146 
75 

2,001 

30 

341 

483 

208 

1,091 
494 
676 
228 
361 

3,227 



75 



15 
310 

36 

89 



619 

1 

166 



30 
66 
18 
57 
21 
156 






48 
18 
34 
9 
9 
32 
14 
49| 

J 

13 
3 



188| 



1,451 

3 

377 

61 
37 
13 
97 
26 
18 
3 
4 
80 



15 



207 



178 



14 
19 



51 
6 
3 



11 



13,085 

860 

10,900 

300 

700 

1,400 

2,330 

5,600 

3,350 

3,810 

750 

1,300 

26,550 

2,050 
200 

1,800 

1,400 
300 

8,270 
250 
750 
800 
300 

4,400 



1,400 

400 

30C 

500 



2,800 



100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



297 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



•s 

<H CC 

°« 

11 

SB 



9 
3 

46 

19 
8 
52 
59 
21 
26 

1 
216 

3 
■' 42 



& 11 

Sm 



Hay 



p 



6 

3 

13 



15 



59 
10 
33 
15 

8 
31 
13 
16 

7 
25 

1 

4 
125 

21 

2 

12 

10 

10 

30 

10 

10 

11 

4 

5 



O *o 

IS 

Sh 



14 



Other 
Fodder 



73 



J2 



£H 



Grain 



H 



•HJ5 



.3 

CO 

o 



a 

3 



Fruit 



•SI 

w"0 



S"S 







w 




0- 


<u 






u 




hi 




Is 

S o 


rrant 
osebe 
lions 


i»s 


ri nj 


3 o to 


ccb 


UOO 



551 

2 

17 



27 



27 
3 
5 

43 

10 
156 



S o 



to 



,C! 3 



o 



12 



19 
43 

10 
365 

30 
255 
170 

40 
295 
105 
305 

60 

65 
570 



298 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



<>'& 



fi-g 
3 3 
£09 



Nickey's Nose Cove 

Langdon's Cove 

Jackson's Cove 

Silverdale 

Birchy Cove 

Mansfield Point 

King's Point 

Bulley's Cove 

Rattling Brook 

Middle Arm 

Burlington 

Smith's Harbour 

Stocking Harbour 

Rouge Harbour 

Nipper's Harbour 

Bobby's Cove 

Indian Burying Place 

Snook's Arm 

Round Harbour 

Tilt Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Shoe Cove Brook 

Shoe Cove Bight 

Cape St. John, Gull Island 



342 

249 

1,764 

612 

103 

376 

3,010 

1,308 

1,520 

1,132 

2,192 

460 

552 

300 

1,390 

117 

192 

151 

233 

363 

20 

195 

234 



<H O 
O CO 



CO ^H 



3 3 

£3rs 



Turnips 


V, 




w 


T3 


■h ea 


"■"S 


°« 


°£ 


It 


U 


•2 "2 


CD <4 

-2 * 


a h 








Za 


£oq 



429 



10 

75 

415 

280 

216 

42 

208 

34 

16 



28 



42 



24 



Cabbage 



% 



>M CO 

°fi 

u 

O) -SI 



i 



159 

52 
3 

51 
385 
346 
172 

97 
2071 

44 

171 
I 

41 

70 



61 



3 
157 
176 

12 
4 



300 

300 

1,550 

500 

300 

700 

6,650 

800 

2,200 

3,800 

8,950 

3,550 

1,250 

2,550 

20,150 

1,350 

3,060 

1,430 

1,430 

1,280 

100 

1,150 

400 



U 



4,400 
500 
150 

1,000 

100 



600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



299 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



■8 

w 

■s'l 

3 3 



21 
4 

6 
66 
19 
20 
11 
31 

7 

1 

32 






Hay 



o u 
Sri* 

S g 
►5 ° 



O T3 

u o 



60 



38 

9 

2 

4 

39 

19 

23 

9 

26 

4 

4 



Other 
Fodder 



S £ 



Grain 



T 



Xi v 
a & 

Scq 



.S 



3 



Fruit 



Pn 0) 



cos 
MO 



V 

'u 

CO 1> n 

3 o to 
OOO 



Pi o 

CO^j 

a co 



cd.t; 
J3 3 



14 



4 
50 
19 



12 
60 
56 
26 



19 

22 
27 



97 

15 

3 

1 

53 



9 

15 



66 

30 

385 

118 

15 

28 

176 

57 

120 

301 

593 

141 

92 

37 

432 



300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 


; 


Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


V 

(a 
w 

■h 'a 


2 

O w 




XI 


*H -CD 


■h3 

V o 




is 

P-2 
56,609 


is 

43 <U 

S3 


s & 


u 


£,XS 

3 5 


2 ° 


District Grand Falls 


6,564 


2,044 


758 


230,992 


63,050 


Value $ 


39,626 


4,594 


3,066 


1,137 


4,620 


1,261 


Gaff Topsail ... 


3 






7 








Quarry .... 






Millertown 


688 
175 


4 


2 
10 




4,870 
360 




Millertown Junction .... 




Buchans ; 


12 
106 
165 












Buchans Junction .... 


9 




1,450 
2,100 




Rushy Pond ... . : . ■ 




Grand Falls • 


7,071 


1,317 


216 


154 


65,700 


33,850 


Grand Falls Station : 


2,318 


66 


96 




8,545 




Farmdale 






123 








Bishop's Falls [ ; 


: 5,785 


674 


40 


28,775 


8,650 


Peter's Arm 


7,447 


379 


133 


30 


23,205 


3,200 


Botwood ; .... ;..... 


7,578 


841 


164 


63 


38,800 


13,400 


Northern Arm 


2,011 


324 


190 


125 


5,730 


200 


PhiUip's Head .: | . 


453 


12 


9 




1,200 


450 


Sandy Point ... ! | 


129 
765 


54 
153 


3 
82 


20 


1,100 
1,950 




Glenwood ■ ' 


700 


Badger 


1,240 




64 




2,602 
700 




Notre Dame Junction 


132 




3 






Norris Arm 


4,739 


446 


86 


2 


12,270 


50 


Little Rattling Brook 


72 




1 




50 




Indian Point 


36 
813 


9 
48 


20 








Burnt Arm 




2,280 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



301 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 




Fruit 




0) 

<5M 


H to 


if!'™ 
,g« 

5 ° 


O T3 


T3 

o 

p 


■s 

iD 

w 

0) 

,Q a> 


.s 

CO 

f-H 



«H 
O 


a) 

o S 

wCi 
3 d 

Ph 01 


V 

*a 

rap) 


V 

M if! 

&•$ a 
a v a 

<* 53 £ 

h O M 
3 o CO 
UOCs 


CO 

S o 

2i=l 
S "5 

65 if 

o£ 


2,633 
1,975 


132 
99 


749 
17,976 


65 
1,560 


16 
320 






C18 
433 


263 
184 


1,231 
862 


85 
10 






1 




1 






























48 


17 

7 
17 

3 

8 

2 


9 
















11 










1 






1 


■ 




























6 


182 


















220 


1 
17 
10 

8 


10 






40 


7 


72 


15 


19 










46 

67 

58 

51 

8 

2 

17 

1 

1 

45 

1 

4 

23 
















690 








15 

22 
51 
10 


66 
9 
9 

88 


37 
43 

145 

54 


30 


159 










215 










93 








34 








4 










23 
5 


14 
7 




48 


5 






8 




18 






6 


3 
1 
3 
2 








56 




163 




207 








22 




















8 

57 




59 










111 




10 




i 







302 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



tfi 
*w CO 

5. 3 



Laurenceton 

Porter ville 

Brown's Arm 

Lard's Arm 

Stanhope 

Little Burnt Bay 

Mason's Cove 

Salt Pond 

Lewisporte 



1,890 

1,410 

493 

120 

2,441 

1,049 

850 

1,630 

4,988| 






108 

546 

57 

15 

816 

104 

21 

108 

462 




65 
115 

57 
20 

195 
25 
22 
45 

282 



69 

22 

14 

135 

1 

4 

6 

68 



6,890 
2,050 
500 
1,000 
3,355 
1,000 
1,750 
2,590 
10,170 



100 



300 



30 
2,120 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



303 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



•a 




CU 




w 


•o 


*■ re 


°§ 


Sj2? 


S^3 


£} 4) 


•9 Si 


tt 


2 3 


^ cq 


£n 



Hay 



sh 're 

5 ° 



O T3 
rj to 

IS 




Other 
Fodder 



Sh u 



z& 



Grain 



% 



5>™ 
,5 a) 



.3 



rt 


& » 


fj 


CD S3 


o 


CO 


TS 




3 





56 
4 



15 



16 
214 



Fruit 



? o 
is to 



m Si 

E oS 
3 o re 



28 



92 
23 
17 

14 

9 

7 

25 

444 



S o 

re S 

iflO 

if *■< 
Ofa 



24 
6 



304 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



District Twillingate 

Value $ 

Exploits 

Black Island 

Samson's Island 

Michael's Harbour... 

Campbellton 

Comfort Cove 

Newstead 

Turtle Creek 

Loon Bay 

Birchy Bay 

Emberley's Pond 

Boyd's Cove 

Beaverton 

Port Albert 

Dog Bay West 

Summerford 

Cottle's Island 

Luke's Arm 

Bridgeport , 

Hay ward's Cove 

Whale's Gulch 

Western Head 

Moreton's Harbour .. 



<h'c3 

§5 3 

J5cq 

94,790! 

I 
66,3531 



3,065 
1,595 

782 

329 
4,017 
2,461 
2,490 

135 
1,494 
3,207 

132 
3,383 

165 

822 
1,101 
4,484 
1,680 

952 
3,132 

292 
1,988 

678 
4,124 



"H O 



3,029! 



Turnips 



2,120 



I 



66 

21 

19 

16 

119 

133 

225 



49 
225 



192 



48 

99 

102 



-g 



c u 

5 <-< 
3. a 



2,999 
4,499 



I 



56 



32 



51 
54 
23 
21 
99 
38 
44 
12 
63 
133 

8 
85 

1 
30 
86 
95 
35 
20 
68 

8 

12 

18 

129 



flu 



253 
380 



Cabbage 



3 

10 

4 

10 



h •, 
(1) W 

Xl'O 

Sift 



551,290 
11,026 



14 



3,675 

7,180 

915 

600 

6,515 

1,945 

2,475 

300 

4,150 

5,310 

280 

6,490 

200 

800 

355 

13,020 

4,970 

1,825 

6,385 

1,350 

4,960 

2,150 

13,690 



(D m 



2,530 

51 



650 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



305 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 









PRODUCTS 


DF THE LANT 


, 1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


CD 
in 

•h'cJ 

°« 
am 


3 

■HO 

° w 

itj,i3 

II 


° CO 

|S 
5 ° 


O T3 
S-cO 

Is 


■a 

CD 
O 

°^ 

la 
Is 


1 

Cfl 
CD 

nQ CD 


g 
'3 

o 

O 

3 


Plums, Cherries, 
etc., Gallions 


CD 

■r a 
£ o 
g~ 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


g CO 

so 

aS.t; 

JS 3 

o£ 


2,124 


38 
29 


1,746 
41,904 


162 
3,888 








482 
337 


126 
88 


920 

644 


176 


1,593 




21 










87 




198 
35 
11 

9 
58 
36 
45 

1 
36 
39 

4 
58 

8 
15 
27 
73 
20 
15 
37 

3 
26 

10 

73 


7 
2 
4 
1 
3 
4 
3 

3 
2 

7 








11 


26 

14 

1 

7 

10 

12 

1 


173 
7 
6 
26 
99 
38 
25 


20 


34 


2 








18 












31 


2 

2 

18 

3 










128 






28 




67 








78 






49 




5 










63 








42 


10 
1 


15 
13 

3 
1 
1 


4 


45 










9 












84 


9 












3 








1 




10 


1 
1 
8 












46 
204 
















44 




71 
7 
3 

22 


26 


46 








36 










8 
43 




51 




1 

4 
2 
3 










104 












5 
















4 
80 




















257 




271 


5 













306 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


"S 




% 




"5! 




:'•"■. • 


w 
<h'S 

°K 

C C/J 

£pq 
120 


Number of 
Bushels Sole 


u 
G u 

3 CO 


T3 

.3 "53 

art 


Sh 
<L» W 


2 
"go 

u 

CD w 

So, 


Wild Cove, Little Harbour 


3 


11 


2 


650 




Tizzard's Harbour 


3,633 


64 


148 


40 


8,900 




Crow Head 


3,245 


175 


166 


16 


41,655 


300 


Wild Cove 


823 
45 


48 
9 


39 

1 


6 


6,550 
300 




Paradise 




Back Harbour 


2,323 


57 


114 




23,155 


50 


North Side 


2,186 


108 


72 




27,710 


550 


South Side 


3,892 

1,482 

135 

272 

131 

4,255 


128 

122 

18 

42 

60 


111 

43 

6 

11 

9 

103 




42,120 

17,330 

1,000 

1,720 

5,600 

49,570 




Hart's Cove 


1 




Jenkins Cove 




Sandy Cove 




Burnt Island Tickle 


1 
4 




Durrell 


300 


Gillesporte 


2,228 


55 


232 


3 


26,170 
6,690 
2,395 




Little Harbour 


969 
502 
106 
229 


47 
9 


73 
29 

1 

7 


23 




Purcell's Harbour 




Smooth Cove 






1,580 




Kettle Cove 


298 




11 




1,525 




Manuel's Cove 


1,337 


60 


78 


10 


7,635 


30 


Gillard's Cove 


1,201 


120 


117 


48 


13,800 


550 


Bluff Head Cove 


1,394 


78 


50 


9 


15,250 


100 


Long Point 


111 


3 


14 




650 




Hillier's Cove 


535 


15 


14 




4,800 




Wild Cove Road 


483 


15 


18 




6,660 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



307 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 




a 




'T. 


13 


■h a 


"Ho 


°K 


°w 


i>% 


o!^ 


£i o> 


,£J CD 


a-s 


S-S 


3 =1 


■5 3 


gcq 


Sn 



Hay 



o <" 



OT3 



l5 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 



gs 



Grain 



as 

XI 



0) ^ 



O 



g 



Fruit 



ai 






ft ra 



I 01 



CS.Q 3 
as 1) § 

^53.2 
h OP 
3 o cp 



w o 

CO J* 

£ <S 
tnO 

Sijf 



2 
44 
70 
19 



76 

90 

124 

50 

3 

1 

3 

66 

61 

28 

12 



20| 

7| 

241 

171 



4i 
! 

8 



20| .... 

I 
451 ... 



2 
51 
62 
22 

2 
40 
37 
54 
39 

1 

5 

3 
86 
34 
30 
25 

1 

4 
10 
18| 

J 

24| 

»! 
1 

5! 



5 

3 

9 

11 



3 



10 



5 

22 

3 



19 
4 



11 



8| 
I 

13 



10 



SOB 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 




T3 




t3 




-0 








°£ 


"•-"^ 


•H CO 


tfo 




°K 


OM 


°& 


°K 


°W 




J2 CJ 


,Q 0) 


^1 


a) w 
■° a; 








PA 




8 £ 


£ £ 


b ^ 


§§ 




3 3 


3 3 


3 s 


3 S 


5 o 


5 o 




£m 


sm 


2;cq 


£03 


£ft 


SO, 



Ragged Point 

Robbins Cove 

Chanceport 

Bridger's Cove 

Carter's Cove 

Virgin's Arm 

Fairbank 

Tilt Cove 

Salt Pans 

Seal Cove 

Burnt Cove 

Trump Island 

Indian Cove 

Lobster Harbour 

Merritt's Harbour 

Salt Harbour Island 

Bacalhao 

Sunnyside 

Ship Island 

Too Good Arm 

Green's Cove 

Pike's Arm 

Cobb's Arm 

Hatchet Harbour 



1,193 
431 
668 
268 

1,680 

1,561 
704 
600 

1,156 
309 
696 
392 
526 
212 
992 

2,441 



964 
1,128 
1,425 

488 
1,088 
1,258 

156 



71 



208 

32 
24 



1C 



8 
10 
10 

4 



43 

4 
19 

2 
18 
43 
20 
20 
42 

7 
18 

5 
16 

8 
32 
20 



12 
5 

15 

11 
5 

29 
4 



5,025 
4,950 



2,0301 



3,645 

3,530 

4,450 

3,955 

7,390 

2,050 

4,200 

520 

4,275 

1,200 

11,775 

23,005 



8,500 

9,800 
12,200 

4,125 
17,210 
11,450 

3,050 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



309 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



■° Si 

g-S 



8 
5 

14 

20 

10 

20 

11 

16 

6 

12 

3 

6 

2 

20 

9 

10 
5 



■go 



P 3 



Hay 



si to 



13 

6[ 
J 

"I 

28| 
24 

27| 

181 

I 

20 

9 
12 

3 
11 

5 

10 
23 

11 
12 
21 
7 
23 
18 



"o 

w 



% 






Other 
Fodder 



T3 
O 

Sh U 

up, 



Grain 






0) ,Jij 
XI <L> 
C X! 



.3 

CO 

Eh 

O 



Tj 



Fruit 



<U R 

BO 

-3-B 



So 



°f en 

i.oa 
3 o to 
OOP 



S o 

p a 
SO 



XI 3 
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Oh 



17 
10 



310 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



CD 
W 

P * 
H en 

2. ? 
gffl 



"H o 
S w 



Turnips 



"S'S 
6 h 



ism 



Cabbage 



-a 

O) 

Li 
S W 

a§ 

3 5 



o ° 

Sh 

fiT3 
£0h 



District of Fogo 

Value $ 

Lumsden South 

Lumsden North 

Deadman's Cove 

Anchor Brook 

Penguin Island 

Peckford's Island 

Offer Wadhams 

Doting Cove 

Musgrave Harbour 

Ragged Harbour S 

Ragged Harbour N 

Ladle Cove 

Aspen Cove 

Alder Harbour 

Carmanville 

Noggin Cove 

Frederickton 

Beaver Cove 

Mann Point 

Main Point 

S. Side Gander Bay ... 

Clarke's Head 

Wing's Point 



99,601 
69,721 



2,845 

4,438 

1,227 

135 

69 

34 

8,103 

7,839 

1,196 

161 

4,018 

1,665 

36 

8,604 

3,498 

2,004 

234 

2,463 

1,147 

1,470 

3,095 

488 



7,924 
5,547 



3,783 
5,675 



188 
462 

174 



1,032 

1,901 

269 

18 

387 

354 



540 
348 



18 
221 

63 
138 

151 



231 

431 

83 

3 



12 

3 

222 

243 

49 

4 

284 

214 



497 
64 

55 
1 
57 
31 
49 
63 
17 



618 

927 



304,654 
6,093 



28 

129 

10 



10 

8 

1 

1 

112 

123 



77 
3 
5 



7,600 

5,850 

1,050 

500 



550 

500 

24,830 

26,510 

9,400 

230 

5,050 

7,780 



14,280 
2,695 
1,830 

220 
2,705 
2,290 
3,735 
3,155 

460 



2,390 

48 



500 



60 



80 
850 



100 
50 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



311 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



h 



il 



Hay 



Other 
Fodder 



o <" 



IS 



073 

t-i "o 



£S 



■a 

O 

|a 



Grain 



3 

0) 

"§3 



Fruit 



.a 

CO 

5 



1 



1° 



II 






al- 
ts .a a 

I'll 

o3o 



3 o 
cap) 

4) S 
£ 3 
J? '-> 



2,552 
1,914 


98 

74 


1,236 
29,664 


105 
2,520 


1 
20 








67 

47 


284 
199 


' 44 




5 


11 


5 

7 


69 

57 

21 

1 


5 
3 
1 
















22 










39 










4 










,, . 




















4 


1 
2 


















4 


1 
94 
77 
22 

6 
67 
16 


15 
7 
1 














107 










6 
4 


3 

3 

2 

43 
10 

4 

2 

14 

18 




162 










21 
















54 


6 
19 


10 
1 












48 


















14 
3 
4 




255 


10 

7 


95 
16 
21 

4 
14 

7 
18 
31 

6 


9 
2 










18 


99 












38 












7 




1 
1 












32 












1 




57 
69 


5 










22 


8 
4 
1 












4 


130 
16 



























312 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


r ri 




■8 

w 




13 






03 


xs 


tl 




s 




«h a 


<H O 






■H (S 






! °tf 


o w 


°!$3 


°m 


°& 








u 


H . 


<? .. 


h 




<t> H 


&r% 


O) w 


<u v> 




0} Ul 




rO <D 


J3V 


< a 'S 


•a "3 


fl"C 


£}13 




s-a 


S W 


S b 


Bb 


£3 


£§ 




3 3 


3 3 


3 3 


3 a 


3 5 


3 G 




£M 


£cq 


£m 


£fl 


£ft 


So, 


Victoria Cove 


6,357 


491 


209 


42 


7,439 


20 


Rodger's Cove 


1,365 


20 


43 


3 


1,080 


50 


Timm's Harbour 


768 


10 


34 


5 


900 




Two Mile Point, Horwood 


171 


9 


1 




100 




Island Cove, Horwood 


2,210 


221 


28 


3 


700 




Horwood 


2,390 

2,520 

630 


244 

102 

27 


34 
67 
16 


1 
5 


1,960 

11,230 

1,650 




Island Harbour 




Hare Bay 


80 


Fogo 


4,136 


219 






12,490 

400 

475 

650 

800 

29,870 

17,870 

4,470 

2,700 




Lock's Cove 


321 

710 

663 

36 

2,627 










Eastern Tickle 


2 






Lion's Den 






Little Fogo Island 


8 
109 






Joe Batt's Arm 






Barr'd Island 


1,758 




48 






Shoal Bay 


567 
328 




27 
5 






Cape Cove 






42 




1 




500 




Tilting 


2,700 


43 


200 


15 


25,0001 


Sandy Cove 


210 




16 




1,900| 


Eastern Cove 


739 
1,538 


18 


20 
75 




2,000 
5,170 




S.S. Indian Island 






648 




34 




2,500i 


Stag Harbour 


1,157 




12 




1 880 




587 


6 


31 




1,500 . . 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



313 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other , 
Vegetables 



■a 

■ CO 

■h'cS 

fl-g 

\srn 



185 

64 

' 21 

2 
50 
56 

9 

3 
89 

2 
10 



21 
17 
26 
13 
17 



°1 

IS 42 

,0 ID 



12 
4 



Hay 



h CO 



45 

11 

3 

17 

19 

26 

4 

43 

3 

4 

6 

1 

78 

16 

14 

10 

1 

120 

11 

6 

21 

10 

9 

10 



I— H 

u o 

sa 

3 o 



Other 
Fodder 



Grain 



T3 
cu 
o 

«H ^ 
Sh i-l 

ia 



"8 

co 

°p 

5 co 

Soq 



.S 
to 

5 



1 



Fruit 



tk*> 



go 

« PI 

wc5 



to 

0) 

*>tj » 

ci CD g 
3 O CO 



_ B 
S o 
cos 
c CO 

.c! 3 
Ofa 



27 



9 
26 



36 
3 

11 
1 



314 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 




3 

,Q CD 

Sfq 


■g 

■as 
°« 

5. a 


8 b 


w 


3 

^3 -a 

.2 o 


Seldom Come By 


1,879 

411 

7,364 


256 


63| 

28 


4,300 

1,400 

42,500 




Wild Cove 




Change Islands 


133 


20 


600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



315 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 




Fruit 














i 












% 








73 
CD 


si 


.3 


• Sh 






CO 




Tl 






O 


<D 


CS 




c/j 


CO 




•y to 


•go- 




O T3 


""5 

°1 











rrants, 

oseberrie 

lions 


03 K 


Si 11 


$3 
j5 v 


,2k 


M O 




<3 « 
XI <y 


O 


CD 

is 

C03 


MO 


S3 




§S 


a fi 




C 43 


t 


1 

3 o 


si 3 


3 3 


2 s 


J 3 . 5 




3 3 


3 3 




i3 a) 


3 O re 




&cq 


£m 


£& 


2h 


£tH 


£cq 


2 


Oh"S 


SO 


CJUO 


Ofe 


122 




27 

9 

88 


12 

i 












8 
10 
69 




38 














625 










31 










1 



316 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Bonavista North . 

Value $ 

Cape Freels : ... 

Cape Island .... 

Pinchard's Island 

Newtown 

Templeman 

Pound Cove 

Wesleyville 

Brookfield 

Cross Cove 

Badger's Quay 

S. W. Islands 

Tinker's Island 

Pool's Island 

Valleyfield 

N. W. Arm (Valleyfield).. 

S. W. Arm 

Safe Harbour 

Port Nelson 

Shambler's Cove 

Newport (New Harbour) 

Sydney Cove 

N. W. Arm 

Round Harbour 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


0) 




"2 




■a 








W 


-d 


w 


2 


<w cd 








MH CO 


■go 
°co 


°K 


°m 


°K 


JO 


°K 






u 


u 


u 


u 


d) ^i 


i> ™ 


CD w 


4) W 


QJ W 


QJ W 


■° 2 


,Q <V 


-S'S 


j=t-£ 


Xi'O 


■°'2 


art 


a si 


6 u 


Bt 


gg 

3 5 


e§ 


=S 3 


5 3 


3 3 


3 a 


3 


Zm 


Km 


&m 


£w 


£ 0, 


2 a, 



66,545 
46,582 



2,593 

1,101 

2,130 

2,775 

978 

1,361 

4,540 

727 

94 

1,863 

243 

628 

1,926 

1,457 

831 

369 

1,455 

207i 

89 

381 

636 

167 

48 



2,399 
1,679 



421 

87 

9 

101 

8 

10 

9 



1,399 
2,099 



157 
12 
43 

76 
51 
13 



100 



183 
277 
2 
42 
1 
6 
2 



326 
489 



54 
148 



262,933| 2,450 



5,259 



2,800 
i,600 

100 
6,850 
2,900 
2,700 
26,700 
3,100 

550 
5,000 

550 
1,950 
9,550 
5,045 
1,250 
1,800 
4,080 
2,550 

700 
3,000 

750 

700 



49 



300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



317 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



V to 

Xi CD 

fifl 



679 
509 



10 

2 
22 
12 

26 
3 
7 

25 
7 
2 

17 

33 



,Q <D 



23 
17 



Hay 



Jr! '5 

|a 

5 ° 

<5R 



O t3 






556 
13,344 



22 

16 

10 

9 

4 

3 

26 

2 



31 
744 



9 

1 
1 

15 
6 
2 
1 

11 
6 
3 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 
HI 



•H 3 

o"5 



J 3 O 



Grain 



T3 
w 

Pi! 



.S 

CO 
S-l 

o 



1 

2 



Fruit 



cd 

P-l CD 



150 
105 



£ o 



.£2 S 
3 o nj 

uOc5 



106 

74 



16 



391 
274 



O 



w 

S3.-B* 



116 
14 



I 



9 




1 


34 




2 




15 


1 


7 


2 




12 




8 


2 


2 


17 




10 


| 









318 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 




Number of 
Bushels Sold 


Number of 
Barrels Raised 


Number of 
Barrels Sold 


1 
jo | Number of 
£ § j Pounds Raised 

o o 1 


"go 
u 

!§ 

£ ° 


Trinity 


1,139 

1,504 










Wellington (Shoal Bay) 


9 


13 








Hare Bay 


1,904 


3 


2 




3,850 




Greenspond 


1,403 


131 


58 


9 


19,800 


900 


Ship's Island 


193 




26 


2 


4,500 


300 


Silver Fox Island 


512 




... . 





1,700 





Fair Island 


979 

490 

257 

2,261 


180 


134 




850 




Wareham 






Paul's Island 






Middle Brook 


47 


6,100 




Dark Cove 


2,095 


105 


19 


3 


2,650 




Gambo 


2,127 


93 


51 




6,100 




Alexander Bay Station 


30 

756 

1,236 

1,980 

188 


12 

110 

18 


20 
14 
45 
10 


1 


3,850 

5,600 

13,350 

1,550 




Saunder's Cove 




Glovertown North 




Glovertown Centre 




Angle Brook 




Glovertown South 


1,323 
1,747 


39 
123 


65 

188 


1 
49 


7,000 
14,800 




Troytown 


950 


Cull's Harbour 


700 


74 


35 


7 


4,750 






325 

335 

1,305 


19 
17 


13 




2,950 
1,350 
5,700 
5,200 
1,100 




Burnt Island 










Deer Island 


1,231 


189 


9 






Green's Island 


519 

















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1937 



319 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 

CD 
in 

<h'3 

°K 

E-S 

S 3 
£m 






62j 
13 
53 

22 
22 

120 
14 
46 

125 
10 
23 



Hay 



3 "2 
Eg 



17 
8 

24 
3 



23 



29! 
24! 
32 

13 

20 

28 

2 

8 

31 

9 

12 

6 

4 

2 

1 



IS 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 

a) 
u 

■H 3 

°-§ 

CU(1| 
X! 

3 ° 



Grain 



5)^3 
Xi a> 

pi 

3 3 



c 



3 



Fruit 



0) 

Li 

tj a 
0) C 
43 o 

rf5 



s! 



> o 

mo 



35 
3 



3 

71 



6 

3 

66 



to m 

S OS 
3 O 03 



_ a 

rapj 
a nj 



■s ? 

Ofa 



20 



12 



27 
27 
54 

9 
5 
92 
22 
10 
31 
17 



320 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage.. 


SETTLEMENTS 


T3 

OJ 

W 
•H '3 

%3 

s-g 

3 3 

!zm 

1,095 

2,776 

621 

936 

885 

135 

738 

624 

2,306 

1,940 

912 

48 

391 


!::::::: Number Of 

I i 1 ; Bushels Sold 


Number of 
Barrels Raised 


Number of 
Barrels Sold 


OT 

°K 

H§ 
2° 


Number of 
Pounds Sold 


Gooseberry Island 

St. Brendan's 

Hayward's Cove 


23 

29 

5 

10 

16 

1 

1 

5 

18 

34 

30 




750 

10,550 

1,400 

2,210 

4,500 




Dock Cove 




Shalloway Cove 






Penney's Cove 






698 

1,900 

14,300 

19,400 

6,100 

150 

1,000 




North Island 


3 




Flat Island 




Burnside 


137 
43 




St. Chad's 







































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



321 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


§a 


O ^3 


■a 

0) 

o 

la 
Is 


0) 


.3 


o 

a 
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Plums, Cherries, 
etc., GaUons 


■° a 

& s 

ca ;=< 
is ns 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

GaUons 


Ph O 

nspj 

g CO 

ou, 






10 

35 

6 

10 

13 

1 

3 

2 

12 

28 

11 







































































































| 






















































1 








9 

26 


5 


33 
14 






























5 























































322 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Bonavista South 

Value $ 

Bonavista 

Birchy Cove 

Newman's Cove 

Lower Amherst Cove 

Middle Amherst Cove 

Upper Amherst Cove 

Hodderville 

Knight's Cove 

Stock Cove 

King's Cove 

Broad Cove 

Keel's 

Tickle Cove 

Red Cliff 

Open Hall 

Plate Cove East 

Plate Cove West 

Summerville 

Long Beach 

Princeton 

Southern Bay 

Charleston 

Sweet Bay ...... 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



;- 



73 
O 
CO 

<*h 'cO 

°K 



S To 

3. 3 



111,318 
77,9231 



O w 

a! « 

C in 



Turnips 


V, 




o| 

u 

cu w 




& % 


•5 « 


Bt 


§£ 


3 co 





Cabbage 



1 

m 
«*-i "ea 

°B 

U 

cu w 

s s 



29,155 

783 

3,322 

518 

552 



9,887 
6,9211 



5,730| 

I 
8,595 



l,13l| 
1,6971 



573,814 
11,476 



937 
15 

26 



15 



1,584 


25 


258 


3 


1,741 


139 


800 


3 


2,868 


132 


1,580 


40, 


3,525 


16 


1,071 




783 




1,467 




2,488 


26 


1,350 


21 


3,278 




663 


20 


1,629 


129 


1,696 


54 


843 


33 


1,449 


75 



1,547 
37 

124 
25 
28 
54 
4 
71 
24 

128 
43 
38 
33 
15 
33 

107 
48 
59 
33 
73 
22 
21 
9 



198 
1 

1 



161,665 
1,290 
8,055 
2,310 
1,350 
4,570 
975 

10,440 
6,000 

17,850 
9,800 

30,980 

11,150 
7.550 

13,750 

16,500 
8,950 

23,060 
2,700 
7,400 
7,750 
5,900 
7,120 



u 
0) w 

2° 



11,772 
235 



700 



600 
200 
1,012 
100 
2 
100 
200 
100 



200 



200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



323 









PRODUCTS 


OF THE LAND 


, 1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


T3 
CD 

,Q CD 

11 


73 

S3" 


C Ol 

Is 


O 73 

u To 

S s 


73 

CD 

o 

£ ° 


73 

u 

w 

o)^2 

J3 CD 
S CO 


a 
'3 

O 

O 
T) 

a 
W 

1 




to" 
CD 

CD S 

s° 

3 cj 

O, CD 

2,422 
1,695 


of 

CD 
*Ph 
0J 

■§a 

P 

CO Jd, 

R ra 

744 
521 


of 

0) 

„'£ 

■Sd™ 
a& A 

CO D § 
Sh cn9 
h O PI 
3 O CO 

1 

938 

657 


w 

Pi O 
COpJ 

S <2 
twCJ 

cu ti 
XI 3 


2,144 
1,608 


1 

166 

125 


1,691 

40,584 


168 
4,032 


6 

120 




1 

4,747 
570 


501 


18 


381 

9 
6 
6 

7 

8 
69 
52 
60 
38 
53 
24 

8 
34 
45 
39 
65 
16 
40 
28 
23 
28 


109 






1 
I 


14 


1 
1 


16 


3,889 




1 









1 








1 

1 



















1 

1 

























6 

42 




1 

1 

■ ■• 1 








10 











30 


1 

31 

6 2 
1| 




| 









61 




I 




5 


1 


131 


34 


1 

1 




156 

421 


2 

2 






1 












., j 




21 
10 




12| 








10 




541 


; 

3 
3 
1 
1 
1 

4 


I 




671 














28: 




I 








77 




j 


87 

106 

41 

47 
2 


2 

1 

63 

10 

15 

7 


38 

6 

50 

19 

1| 
1 


5 


18| 

1 
55] 

I 

39| 

35| 


1 




1 
I 






1 

1 

1 








| 




23! 






| 




i 
1 




J 





324 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Winter Brook 

Jamestown 

Portland 

Brooklyn 

Lethbridge 

Bloomfield 

Musgravetown 

Canning's Cove 

Bunyan's Cove 

Port Blandford 

Terra Nova 

Charlotte town 

Happy Adventure ... 

Sandy Cove 

Barrow Harbour 

Salvage 

Bishop's Harbour 

Dark Cove 

Wild Cove 

Eastport 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



w 
«h'c3 

S-S 

3 3 



*M O 

o xn 

r O 0) 

£ w 
3 3 
2B 



1,048 
1,343 
1,653 
2,526 
2,780 
3,294 
5,517 
1,782 
2,972 
4,020 
75 

3.26li 

1 
3,908; 

I 
2,5441 

30 

855 

549 

249 

72 

9,437 



27 

59 

366 

474 

259 

360 

1,032 

36 

71 



100 

i 

i 

671 

] 

605! 



Turnips 





°t°n 




<-< ,„ 


S to 


tu <n 
•2* 


a h 


ts b 


3 to 


3 to 


Zffl 


£cq 



39 
85 
44 
76 
9 
64 

167 
78 
99 

110 
5 

150 

62 

33 



4,115; 



3 ! 

1.193 



35 

25 
3 

18 
8 
1 

48 



125 



Cabbage 



U 

2. ° 

Si Hi 



S ° 



3,990 
5,300 
4,200 

9,450 

i 
10,950: 

14,900 

16,050; 

5,225 

159! 

14,050: 

950| 

19.600' 

C2.400I 

39: 1". 500' 

400 

7.500 

1 4,375 

2,600 

200 

5721 38,900 



25 
200 
705 
900 
200 
503 



625 
200 



5,000 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



<h re 



G in 
3 3 



>! 






32j 



941 



Hay 



SB 



48| 


2| 


38! 


6 


56 


7 


40 


2 


89 


6 


175 


44 


27 




90 




101 




11 


1 


63 





79 



s-. o 



S S 
5 ° 
SE-i 



13 
49 
50 

40| 
44| 
51| 
55| 

14 

35 1 

I 

531 



29 1 
51 
40| 
l| 
7 
8 
3 

109 



Other 
Fodder 



■a 

0) 
C c/i 



Grain 



■c 



.3 

CO 
Eh 

o 



vs 



Fruit 



O 



Pn 4) 



120 

58 

92 

387 

157 

247 

723 

118 

30 






43 0) 

re a> 

u o ; 

3 o 



p re 



5 ? 
o£ 



I 



158 

20 



151 



101 



I 

27 
I 

4| 

268| 
21 






20 
83 
20 



1751 



10| 

■a 

251 
43 

17 1 

I 

46! 

I 

73| 

341 



I 



I 



25 
170 

24 
220 

74 



24 



55| 185 

48 

38 

2 

55 

8 

2 

2891 



326 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Number of 

Pounds Raised Q 

1 cr 


bage 


SETTLEMENTS 


•a 

HI 

w 
£PQ 


2 

■ u « 

acq 


w 

•w'ffl 

u 
2 a 

Z,CQ 




2 
°§ 

u 

0) w 
.QTi 

3 ° 


District Trinity North 

Value, $ 


106,357 
74,450 


3,297 
2,308 


4,392 
6,588 


306 
459 


740,260 
14,805 


12,490 
250 


S>t. Jones Without 


819 

836 

1,687 

1,050 

660 

3,285 

540 

1,002 

2,707 

485 

1,169 

1,135 

500 

415 

245 

290 

2,077 

965 

1,160 

1,290 

4,314 

60 

825 




12 

10 

33 

11 

15 

91 

16 

29 

91 

9 

36 

45 

9 

4 

5 

2 

35 

11 

34 

10 

121 

3 

41 




6,475 
2,120 
7,150 
700 
3,400 

11,395 
1,475 
3,750 

24,700 
3,350 

10,350 

12,350 

1,850 

1,710 

1,650 

700 

17,680 
8,650 
9,175 
2,025 

39,900 
1,500 
9,400 




Butter Cove 




Gooseberry Cove 




300 


Southport 








51 

115 

66 

63 




Little Heart's Ease 


2 
3 




House Cove 

Caplin Cove 


75 


Hodge's Cove 




Island Cove 




Long Beach 




Queen's Cove 






Black Brook 


7 
3 

67 
10 




N. W. Brook 




Ivany's Cove 




Dark Hole 

Hillview 








St. Jones' Within .... 


35 




Loreburn 


33 
318 

45 






6,100 


Adeyton .. 


2 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



327 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 
01 
in 

<h'3 
2 3 



1,627| 

1,220| 

101 



29| 
48' 

4| 

6 1 
37| 

61 
16j 
121 

21 



n ° 
v«i 

_Q cu 



Hay 



2 ° 



S-, O 



13! 
12! 
13] 

8 
229 

2 
24 



59i 



44| 



55 



1,995 

47,880| 

1- 

41 

2 I 

13 1 

i 

5| 

7 1 

t 

44 

6 

■ 10 

40 

3 

14 
16 
10 

C 

5 

6 
46 

7 
17 

6 
54 

5 
23 



140 
3,360| 



Other 
Fodder 



■h.3 



OJ P-l 

a to 

5 ° 



Grain 



T3 

CD 
£1 
w 
01 

P -C 
B w 

£cq 



20 



.3 


O 

3 



o> C 

CO 



Ph 01 



2,244| 
1,5711 



Fruit 





' 






w 




<b 


0) 






u 






-ESS „ 


CO 01 g 


C03 


h to 


3 O co 


So 


OOO 



;=! o 

CO pi 

MO 

U .T 
OJ ."£ 

.£ 3 

■+-> fn 



426| 



145] 



276 

I 
193! 



r 

257| 

I 
180| 

i . 



221 



16! 



623 
74 



54 

10 
60 



310 



10 



328 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Deep Bight 

Lady Cove 

Foster's Point 

Elliot's Cove 

Goobie's Siding 

Northern Bight 

Shoal Harbour 

Clarenville 

Random Head Harbour 

Deer Harbour 

Thoroughfare 

Lower Lance Cove 

Brittania 

Petley 

Aspen Cove 

Apsey Brook 

Snook's Harbour 

Milton 

George's Brook 

Barton 

Brickyard 

Harcourt 

Somerset 

White Rock 

Gin Cove 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



CD 
<H CO 

CD .3 

S3 

3 3 

gcq 



«H O 

o w 

o CD 

3 3 
£ffl 



1,225 

1,175 

1,297 

7601 

3781 

120 

3,358 

4,728 

45 

960 

408 

1,380 

1,120 

1,236 

162 

405 

705 

1,113 

1,566 

213 

159 

826 

1,089 

891 

471 



115 
10 



56 



40 
237 



18 



25 

4 

14 



Turnips 



■8 

EO 

Si 
CD w 

2 « 



o-2 

u 
CD ^ 

I" 



18 
39 
33 



17 

46 

33 

9 

24 



176 
237 



3 
3 

54 
23 
36 
2 
16 
10 



10 
34 



Cabbage 



CD 
W 

■o'S 



8,900 

5,100 

4,300 

1,800 

2,400 

250 

20,300 

17,950 



63 


1 


37 


6, 


14 




9 




26 




53 


10 


46 


12 


14 





3,700 
5,200 
3,570 
850 
2,330 
400 
650 
1,710 
5,550 
4,350 
1,900 
2,000 
3,300 
4,300 
4,500 
3,500 



5. o 



200 



1,200 
2,450 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



329 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



-a 

* 3 



S3 
am 



27 
6 
8 

22 
8 
2 

63 
104 



<p.23 

,5 CI 

am 



Hay 



it a 

5 ° 

an 



24 
16 
31 

15 
4 

61 
71 

18 
14 
28 
20 
17 

2 

9 
20 
28 
41 

8 

4 

19 

23 

I 

25 

10 



o-d 
u o 



Other 
Fodder 



m 
o 

qj PL, 



Grain 



1 



m 

— to 



a) 
i-i 

o 



1 

3 



Fruit 



ai g 

rtJ 

6 - 



473 
17 

167 
10 



541 
449 



So 



c/T 


^3 

S O 


rants, 

seberri 

ens 


CO pi 

S co 


U jS 


h O ^1 


X p 


SOffl 


•+-* f-H 


UOC5 


Ofe 



701 



10 



13 

4 



100| 



14 



10 
21 



14 



10 



21 



130! 



330 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. PrcHucts of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Monroe 

Waterville 

Tythe's Cove 

Otter's Cove 

Clifton 

New Burn Cove ... 
Burgoyne's Cove ... 

Little Harbour 

Pope's Harbour ... . 

Delby's Cove 

Ivanhoe 

Troytown 

Ireland's Eye 

Black Duck Cove ... 
British Harbour ... 
Kerley's Harbour.. 

White Point 

George's Cove 

New Bonaventure . 

Cat Cove 

Old Bonaventure . 
Spaniard's Cove ... 

Trouty 

Dunfield 

Goose Cove 

Fort Pt. Trinity 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 
<V 
w 

i-i '3 

3 3 



828 
150 
147 
144 
333 
483 
690 
447 
126 
135 
285 
159 
645 
168 
633 
452 
150 

82 
399 

72 
541 

99 

746 

1,143 

1,065 



073 



2. 3 



3 

6 
54 



123 



46 



Turnips 



QJ CO 

■2 "3 
S t 
3. a 



21 



°-2 



4 
4 
7 
6 
17 



2 

10; 



Cabbage 



<W CO 

CD to 

2. ° 



3,500 
1,000 
1,000 

450 
1,100 

850 
1,650 
2,400 

100 
1,000 
5,500 
2,100 
11,100 
2,250 
6,100 



< 





4,500 


2 ] i.snn 


r 




600 


n 




4,300 
1,300 


1 




10 




6,650 


r 




1,500 


10 




7,925 


23 




9,220 


18 




2,850 



u 
OJ to 

2 ° 
So, 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



33 1 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE 


LAND 


1934 








Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


P -Q 


y 'co 

S £ 
5 ° 


<4H 

5 ° 

£t-t 


T3 

a 

°p 
s s 

5 ° 


Number of 
Bushels Threshed 


a 
'a 

O 

o 
•n 

a 

s 




<U 

'P 

■§3 

p o 

nj;3 
h CO 
WO 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


Other Small 
Fruit. Gallons 






14 
2 
2 
2 
5 
6 

14 
3 
1 
4 
6 
1 

12 
2 

17 

14 
3 
2 

16 
2 

20 
1 2 

1 » 






1 
| 





























































































































































170 






J 


2 






10 


3 










2 






















1 

1 












3 




1 




























6 




4 














4 
















{■ : 3 
6 














20 






































8 




































8 


















20 


15 














79 


191 




















1 


1 






1 

1 









332 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Trinity 

Lockston 

Trinity East 

Port Rexton 

Champney's West 
Champney's Arm 
Champney's East 
English Harbour . 

Horse Chops 

Melrose 

Port Union 

Catalina 

East Point 

Little Catalina ... 

Maberly 

Neck 

Sandy Cove 

Elliston 

Spillar's Cove 

Lancaster 

Villa Verte 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 

w 

%£ 

£> CD 
P w 



°m 

S M 

Km 



2,203 

520 
4,434 
6,511 
1,187 

534 

1,817 

2,549 

18 

992 
1,867 
3,147 
2,330 
4 ; 364 

790 
1,084 

285 
6,698 
1,047 

602 

250 



T 



432 
515 
54 
39 
102 
106 



12 
40 
96 
92 
20 
55 



120 



Turnips 



■s 

w 
u 

Km 



1% 

Km 



Cabbage 



-o 




0> 




w 


2 


»H CO 




°K 


°w 


t. 


J-. 


4> in 


<D w 


j3*a 


J3"2 


3 o 


3 o 


So- 


Kk 



93 

24 

186 

428 

85 

34 

94 

147 

6 

40 

115 

181 

181 

326 

36 

57 

16 

461 

50 

17 

20 



31 
58 
8 
2 
9 
6 
2 



4 

2 

30 



27 



15,360 

3,580 

47,390 

50,940 

14,360 

5,640 

18,575 

33,430 

300 

12,030 

24,745 

33,750 

23,250 

9,420 

4,260 

6,800 

2,400 

45,970 

6,850 

3,100 

1,900 



250 



365 

250 



900 
300 



100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



333 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



-a 

II 



SI <U 

|g 

few 



Hay 



P 



O 73 



Other 
Fodder 



0) 






OJfX, 



*S 



Grain 



■g 



•nil 

a xi 

Sea 



.S 
o 



1 



Fruit 



ad 



Ol <D 



? o 

b3 



£ 



"C 

ESS 

£1 on 

3 O OS 

uOc5 



a o 

mo 
fesf 

XI 3 

Oft 



62 
6 
87 
74 
20 
9 
23 
20 

31 

86 

98 

47 

2 

3 

3 

2 

99 

6 



38 

10 

133 

237 

45 
15 
49 
66 



23 
18 
39 

37 

I 
56: 

9 
11 

5 
88 
14 

4 
45 



21 
9 
6 
4 
5 
9 



11 
3 

10 
4 

1 
4 
1 
22 
6 
2 
1 



4 




6 
1 
3 
7 








10 
2 


5 














11 









334 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


3ETTLEMENTS 


V 
w 

•h'S 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


Number of 
Barrels Raised 


Number of 
Barrels Sold 


Number of 
Pounds Raised 


Cl) w 
£3 'O 


District Trinity South 


86,735 


3,566 


2,9381 480 


672,975 


8,098 


Value, $ 


60,715 


2,496 


4,407) 720 


13,460 


1G2 


Lead Cove 


1,138 


15 


19 




9,635 




Sibley's Cove 


990 
288 

2,249 


9 

270 


31 
10 

177 




8,710 




Torquay 


2,910 






82 


13,430 


■ 

250 




721 


75 


12 




6,850 




New Melbourne 


3,147 
5,122 


60 
394 


78 
310 


62 


23,020 
27,345 




Hant's Harbour 


1,563 




2,785 


120 


94 


3 


24,810 






5,788 


191 


153 


3 


78,060 




Turk's Cove 


272 


1 


5 




3,600 






4.148 


31 


100 


15 


43,240 




Heart's Content 


6,006 


171 


130 




37,110 


950 


Heart's Desire 


1,554 


63 


30 




9,900 




Heart's Delight 


3,554 




113 




27,450 




Islington 


1,944 


120 


119 




11,250 


500 


Cavendish 


1,814 




78 




10,280 
3,700 




Whiteway 


1,230 




40 






Green's Harbour 


4,843 


170 


96 




35,970 




Hopeall 


1,568 


46 


31 


18 


8,810 


300 


New Harbour 


6,561 


250 


129 




64,870 


60 


South Dildo 


633 




32 




11,400 


1,600 




354 




17 




2,150 
37,220 




Dildo 


4,275 




1 98 

















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



335 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


GJ 

in 
«m to 
°K 

Si 01 

E V) 

3 3 


73 

ass 

C-< c/l 

2. 3 


1,513 
36,432 


O -o 

Sh o 

116 
2,784 


-a 
a 

aid, 

|S 

5 ° 

46 
920 


<D 

,B 
en 

c ss 

H to 


c 
'3 

O 

O 

B 


to 
a) 
XI 

It w 
0) B 

-3.2 

cc 

E - 
Hit) 


m 

'u 

fa 


w ft) 

3 o cp 


_, B 

to a 

B rt 

ttl.tf 

SS 3 


2,305 


92 
69 


458 
321 


167 


fiOfi 


4,094 
491 


1,729 




1 
117 426 












3 


- 





22 
20 

9 
60 
16 
68 
102 
36 
64 
11 
53 
58 
34 
45 
25 
39 

8 

66 

15 

129 

19 

8 
88 


















10 


i 

2 
7 
4 
8 
7 
13 
21 
8 
5 

5 

1 

4 














3 
















50 












26 

15 
45 




9 










375 


56 












410 


122 


1 

9 
60 

4 
15 












85 

15 




29 








8 
36 


1 




289 






1 
18| 71 

1 
5l 67 

1 
251 12 

1 
41 6 




7 


i 









94 




85 
34 


375 


264 






19 


19 






1,115 


46 






6 


77 






15 















22 




10 

134 

10 

21 




2 




177 






1 
27| 77 

20| 8 

1 
5 fii 




49 










306 


1 








42 








5 




12 






5 
2 




136 






8 


16 













336 



:ENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOK, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



«h'3 



2 * 



SH O 

Oisx 

%£ 



Turnips 



Blaketown 


2,379 


107 


Markland 


1,539 


189 


Whitbourne 


3,726 


480 


Old Shop 


1,376 




Spread Eagle 


430 




Little Ridge 


380 


16 


Ohapel Arm 


2,580 


151 


Norman's Cove 


4,124 


210 


Long Cove 


1,420 


58 


Thornlea 


720 


51 


Bellevue 


1,578 


43 


Chance Cove 


1,873 


57 




165 




Rantem Station 


36 




Arnold's Cove Station 


42 


1 


Sunnyside 


3,383 


217 



■g 

in 

■g'S 

u 

2 a 
&m__ 

69 

99 

407 

43 

2 

8 

35 

79 

28 

4 

3 

4 

15 



240 



s ^ 
acq 



1 

17 

235 



44 



Cabbage 



1 




w 


* 






°B 


°r^ 


J-h 


u 


QJ W 


O) <Z> 


£113 


XJTJ 


£3 


2 ° 



25,200 

18,200 

16,115 

10,200 

1,880 

4,150 

11,320 

20,120 

4,150 

4,400 

3,900 

18,970 

3,500 

300 

36,050 



2,375 



100 



100 



3C0 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



337 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1034 



Other 
Vegetables 



a; 

w 
"h"cS 

°cd 

|| 

2 3 



33 
55 
98 
20 
4 
29 
18 
65 
13 



29 
3 



110 



2 ? 
acq 



Hay 



•g'g 



3* 



61 

100 
36 
8 
11 
56 
62 
25 
15 
43 
24 
2 



80 



2 ° 



22 
1 
1 
1 
3 



Other 
Fodder 



«5 



35 



Grain 



1 



W 


.S 


<D 


CO 


*g 


5 


oj^j 


O 


,Q 01 




c J3 


'3 


3 3 




^cq 


M 



CU C 
X O 



r5 ^ 

Oh "5 



34 

5 

44 



23 



Fruit 



|a 

go 
05 C5 



33 



14 



cfl o g 

H H.-H 

co 

o5c5 



S o 
to ^ 

8 "2 
Ok 



10 

2 

47 

4 



13 



338 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements. 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



"5! 






■zi 






*M CC 


«H O 


°tf 


O(0 


%x 


%£ 


£S d> 


o CD 


3 3 


s-a 


^ =* 


£« 


fep 



Turnips 



District of Carbonear-Bay de Verde 

Value, $ 

Carbonear 

Victoria 

Freshwater 

Clown's Cove 

Flatrock 

Blow-me-Down 

Otterbury 

Salmon Cove 

Perry's Cove 

Spout Cove 

Kingston 

Lower Small Point 



I 



175,888 
123.122 



-'- 



10,2101 

7,147 1 



Mulley's Cove 

Broad Cove South.... 
Broad Cove North ... 

Blackhead 

Adam's Cove 

Bradley's Cove 

Western Bay South . 
Western Bay North 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Smooth Cove 

Long Beach 



30,410 

14,746 

4,341 

1,633 

3,213 

828 

1,345 

7,952 

3,992 

1,429| 

3,200] 

4,244[ 

I 

2,016| 

5,373| 

i 
3,768[ 

i 
4,073| 

I 
4,806| 

I 
2,164| 

I 
6,128| 



6,976 

5,066 

975 

2,344 



l 



"g 

U 

QJ Cfl 
-g % 

a t-, 
.3 a 



4,074 
6,111 



843 
1,459 
1,1811 

45 
178 

1| 

129| 

I 
566| 

I 

12| 

12| 

I 

208] 

234! 

t 

243| 
366[ 

717[ 

444| 

I 
619| 

I 
141| 

l 
2831 

i 
705| 

I 
290 

78 

1651 



5 ^ 



Cabbage 



404 
606 



664 

525 

110 

19 

94 1 

9 

35 

279 

67! 

I 

15 

61 

67 

36 

ST 

83 

81 

121 

45 

202 

I 
160| 

I 
131 

16 

50 



190 
94 
10 






P c 

3. ° 
So, 



922,683 
18,454 



52 



5 
15 

8] 

I 
9 



223,920 
99,665 
39 151 
13,915 
34 270 
8,255 
7,635 
50,480 
17,450| 

4,800J 

I 
9,100| 

12,730 

7,950| 

22,900 

13,950 

12,050 

11,560 

2,950 

26,915 

29,155 

19,025 

3,500 

9,640 



u 

0) CO 

.eg 
2 o 



3,520 

70 



2,360 
1,060 



100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



339 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 







PRODUCTS 


OF THE LAND, 1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


T3 
01 
V) 

°M 
at! 

%i 

3 3 


"go 

p 


U W 


o *o 
S-.0 

§a 

£ Eh 


•v 

01 

^ ,£* 

tUPn 

.a 

S « 
P o 


1 
A 
w 

0) 

°H 

S ™ 
J3 0' 

b w 


.s 

Eh 

O 

O 

n-i 

rj 

a 


01 

01 fi 
tn'O 


CL> 

£ o 


_OI 

co <u H 

S o S 
3 o co 

OOO 
235 
165 


w 

_ fl 

3 O 
CO jzj 
g CO 

SO 

Ol ^, 
5 ? 

o£ 


1,908 
1,431 


25 
19 


2,851 
68,424 


160 
3,840 


52 
1,040 


1 


T~ 


i 

65 

46 


119 
83 


1,182 
142 


344 

137 

71 


14 
11 


422 

174 

42 

14 

39 

10 

18 

124 

51 

18 

48 

61 

38 

117 

48 

80. 

125 

40 

150 

127 

118 

26 

40 


18 
5 
2 

1 
8 

1 

141 
5 
5 

12 
4 
7 
9 
8 


33 
17 






_ 
63 


40 
7 
2 


137 

8 

12 


41 
1 
2 


30 






14 13 




65 












1 




10 




























46 












2 


5 




8 






































6 




2 






2 
8 


2 




5 











7 











109 






1 


6 
4 
5 


9 

34 

5 




86 






45[ 













9| 








117 
















48 














61 














7 















































340 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


Tj 




"S 




13 






CD 













U) 




CO 


•a 


w 


2 




■H CO 


<« O 




"•-"S 


*W CO 


<H o 




°K 


°W 


°tf 


°£ 


°fi 


°w 










h 


(4 


(h 




w J2 


i>,f3 


cj w ; at m 


dj « 


dj en 




X> <U 


■6 Si 


■Co; ' • Q 'E 


•°^ 


,Q T3 




s-s 


B-S 




fig 


fig 




=< a 


3 3 


3 a P co 


3 5 


3 




£« 


£pq 


gcq 


SCQ 


!2ift 


siS 



Northern Bay 

Gull Island 

Burnt Point 

Job's Cove 

Redlands 

Lower Island Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Low Point 

Bay de Verde 

Baccalieu 

Red Head Cove 

Grate's Cove 

Daniel's Cove 

Old Perlican 



5,020 
4,419 
4,241 
4,757 

342 

12,350 

2,620 

590 

3,473 

20 

1,748 

5,819 

426 
9,041 



64b 

240 

36 

134 



100 



57 



76 



104 

92 
82 
92 
15 
309 
25 
11 
57 



44 

110 

3 

173 



15,290 
19,820 
14,700 
15,127 
500 
18,610 

4,900 

1,000 
32,350 

1,000 
11,600 
46,850 

2,800 
57,170 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



341 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 







PRODUCTS OF THE LAND 


, 1934 








Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


1 
■h'8 

£> 4) 

S-g 


T3 

.3.3 
fi to 

3 a 


u to 


MO 

|S 

3 O 


T3 

CD Dj 

Is 


1 

CD 

°£ 

a! 43 
C ,c! 


.s 

CO 

u 

o 

o 

2 


co" 
a) 

C w 

■SI 

3 6 


«T 

la 

£ o 

ess 


to" u 

3 O tO 


CO 

— o 
s o 

CO 1=1 

a co 

.fl 3 
-t- 3 j-i 

OEq 






144 

100 

82 

108 

7 

182 

35 

10 

26 

1 

39 

72 

9 

106 


22 

10 

4 

9 













1 

















10 
















2 










1 

1 


1 












| 


92 











29 




9 






























f " 


21 

















1 

850 



















7 


7 




1 

9 

















281 


98 
















i 

459 
































.... 







342 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 

S3 



District Harbour Grace . 

Value, $ 

Bristol's Hope 

Harbour Grace 

Otterbury 

Riverhead 

Thicket 

Gullies 

Harbour Grace South ... 

Bryant's Cove 

Upper Island Cove 

Spoon Cove 

Bishop's Cove 

Spaniard's Bay 

Tilton 

Goddenville 

Shearstown 



<w o 
O w 

3 3 



86,030 
60,221| 



7,144 
5,001 



3,227| 

14,349| 

i 

1,921| 

3,978| 

I 

543[ 

I 

590) 

I 

5,494j 

4,453| 
I 

9,342| 
I 

1,860 

4,375 

14,675 

i 

4,415| 

I 

290| 



1,008 



Turnips 



■8 



s a 



3,982 
5,973 



318 



I 



o.o 



Cabbage 



1,702 
2,553 



1,980| 1,134 

I 
53| 

! 
1121 

II 

I 

61 

315 
l 

3571 



195 

127 
596 

55| 



1! 

I 
157| 

I 
319| 

I 

1\ 

! 

14| 

363 

494 
171 
17 
112 
342 



197 

679 

68 

1521 







u 

s§ 



678,174 
13,563 



83 
185 



10 
166 



16,5181 2.3391 

I 1 



90 



436 



I 



162 



So, 



112,760 
2,255 



17.500 

222,154| 

14,700| 

I 

39.050) 

I 

5,100| 

! 

1,500 

47,800| 

25,100 
40,725 

5,6751 
39,940| 
96,480| 
17.900J 

1,700 
102,850 



3,460 
52,300 

100 
50 



200 



200 
28,150 

300 

28,000 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



343 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 




T3 
in 

If 
3 3 

am 


t3 

ja 0> 

3 3 


.gtf 


O 73 
Sh O 

Eg 


Number of 
Tons Produced 


<L> 
£1 CD 


H 




TS 


c/f 

_CU 

i° 

Pi cy 


to" 

CD 

T! 
Sh 

"§ « 
S O 
COP] 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


3 
to p< 

'cflO 

cu p; 
o£ 


4,536 


2,625 
1,969 


1,231 
29,544 


73 
1,752 


73 
1,460 






73 
51 


34 
24 


26 
18 


484 


3,402 




58 


203 


124 

2,200 

2 

250 


77 

261 

33 

77 

8 

5 

121 
89 
89 
11 
59 

174 

38 

4 

185 


4 
15 

6 
13 


12 
49 
1 
5 
1 
2 






17 
54 


7 
20 


8 

11 




2,569 
3 




484 






1,162 
3 






6 














4 
5 








1 

| .. .. 


58 


2' 









2\ . 


85 


4 


1 






2 





! 

21 


176 




3 


I 


5 











23 


1 

3 

6 

17 










1 
















































249 


45 
























1 



344 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 









Turnips 



■8 



9 « 

5 >» 



2« 

CD w 

■9 "3 
5 ti 
2 °> 



Cabbage 



CD 
W 

°i 

Q) W 

n 



2 

•So 
°w 
u 



District Port de Grave . . 

Value, $ 

Mill Road 

Georgetown 

Brigus . 

Gullies 

Roach's Line 

Gould's Road 

Cross Road, Foley's Hill . 

Greenland 

Deep Gulch 

Suuthside 

Shark's Cove 

Cupids 

Salmon Cove 

Hodgewater 

Turk's Water 

Juniper Stump 

Emerald Vale 

Riverside Mills 

Springdale 

South River 

Broads 

Clark's Beach 

Otterbury 



117,290 
82,103 



624 
2,697 
7,952 
2,754 

966 
1,920 
1,200 

260 

155 
1,990 

435 
6,223 
1,894 
1,582 

453 
2,191 

150 

190 
1,305 
5,530 
3,216 
9,990 
1,682 



12,965 
9,075 



15 

207 

1,044 

1,056 

69 
390 
363 

31 

15 
165 

19 
730 
139 
336 

36 
300 



96 
1,319 

72 

1,302 

301 



2,365 
3,548 



9 

31 

180 

136 

9 
53 
15 
11 

2 
22 

9 
130 
39 
69 
16 
30 

6 

2 
28 
41 
24 
98 
24 



410 
615 



42 
78 



578,830 
11,577 



2 
3 
23 
10 
8 
1 
3 



20 
1 



2,450 
4,255 

22,620 
3,700 
1,500 
2,500 
1,050 
1,750 
300 

13,700 
2,000 

39,500 

10,100 

13,150 

1,090 

5,060 

300 

550 

3,950 

12,000 
5,090 

16,850 
7,350 



12,916 
258 



170 



150 



1,000 



500 



450 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



345 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



\n 

3. 3 



SI <U 



Hay 



IS 



O T2 



Other 
Fodder 






«5 
°T3 



.8* 

a s 



Grain 



"8 



,0 (1) 

B m 



o 






Fruit 



<u 



■£.2 
S - 

Hi o> 



to 1=1 



0) 



"So" 

gsj 

3 OB 






2,081 

1,561 

3 

HI 

74 

8 

3 

2 
I 

I 

I 

13| 

I 

2 

29| 

6|' 

I 

1151 

32| 

I 

30 

6 
31 
20 
10 

7 
63 
40 
89 
20 



66 



10 
6 



1,655 

39,720 

10 

35 

157 

34 

12 

24 

14 

5 

3 

44 

7 

100 

37 

42 

9 

48 

4 

2 

13 

58 

33 

80| 

28 



88 
2,112 



31 
620 

2 
2 
2 



10 



252 
176 



54 



58 
6 



275 
613 



60 

5 

20 

30 



6 

37 

435 

44 

6 



581 
407 



17 



2 

4 
59 

2 
63 

4 



70 
13 

13 
27 
31 
31 



3,598 
432 



18 

95 
120 
756 
105 
1,447 
883 

3 
3 



346 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 






•o 






*H CO 


*H O 


°rt 


o M 


%x 


o,5 


& <a 


X! <P 


p^ 


S-^ 


3 3 


J 8 3 


£cq 


£ra 



Turnips 






Cabbage 



b o 

S '-i 



*d 




<u 




WJ 


2 


«H CO 


•go 


°K 


h 


^ 


OJ w 


a) to 


^2<d 


o t3 


3 O 


63 
3 


So, 


S& 



North River 

Hall's Town 

Dock 

Black Duck Pond . 

Bareneed 

Sandy Cove 

Port de Grave 

Siiip Cove 

Blow-me-Down .. 

Ilibb'sHole 

Pick Eyes 



3,759 

5,173 

2,502 

1,530 

4,149 

609 

1,885 

2,224 

1,349 

654 

859 



521 
884 
563 

84 

715 

17 

6 

34 



Coley's Point | 10,631| 

i 

Country Road | 5,446[ 

Bay Roberts, East, West and Central | 21,161 



1,055] 

326| 

755l 



62 

73 

59 

42 

107 

10 

54 

51 

26 

14 

12 

156 

125 

590 



17 
9 

39 
4 



r 



15,430 

17,825 

13,575 

8,010 



241 25,180 
.... i 4,090 

I 17,860 

I 18,080 

9,870 

5,710 

6,300 

51,335 

26,150 

108 187,600 



14 



1,000 

200 
450 

200 

6 

40 



100 
4,350 
4,300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



347 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 












"8 




13 








T3 

ai 




.s 


w 


T3 






o 


0> 


nJ 




"Ho 




c -a 


°1 




h 

C5 


'H m 


^ w 




tj o 


^ 










£K 


«■>(/> 


i>0< 




O 


XI CD 


,Q <U 


£> 


,0 


,Q D 




p-« 


E£ 


gc 




§c 


c,d 


1 


3 3 


5 3 


3 o 


3 c 


3 o 


3 3 


a 


:5CQ 


£cq 


SH 


£H 


&h 


Sffl 



32 

35 

26 

10 

77 

13 

76 

21 

20 

27 

18 

244 

179 

695 



62 



58 
110 
32 
18 
59 
7 
20 
21 

9 
16 

129 
85 

272 



13 

4 

16 



<a 3 

a 

1° 

3 « 

(1, a. 



104 
16 



Fruit 



ft 

la 

go 

I -a 



3 a) § 
t< on 

3 o to 



16 

23 

40 

8 

1 
2 



13 
58 
76 

11 
2 



105 
10 

15 



10 



67 



: 3 



40 



128 



348 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Harbour Main-Bell Island 

Value, $ 

St. Thomas' ; 

Paradise 

Topsail Road 

Topsail 

Chamberlains .. 

Manuels 

Long Pond .. 

Fox Trap 

Codner (Mid. Bight) 

Kelligrews 

Riverdale 

Upper Gullies 

Lance Cove 

Seal Cove 

Indian Pond 

Duff's, Holyrood 

Holyrood South 

Holyrood Central 

Holyrood North 

Newtown 

Salmonier Road 

Lake View 

Chapel's Cove 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



CO 
w 

1-1 CO 

3 3 



206,666 
144,666 



3,505 

1,932 

1,239 

5,413 

3,969 

2,493 

10,066 

12,954 

5,430 

7,748 

995 

5,949 

510 

3,090 

2,202 

705 

4,016 

4,798 

4,048 

1,571 

216 

4,339 

10,534 



*H O 

OKI 

<U42 

,Q CD 

CXI 
fi w 
3 3 
£05 



Turnips 



■s 

w 

■tf'3 

CD w 

•5 * 

a a 

3 ™ 



o.o 

3 s 



Cabbage 



T3 
0> 
y> 

•n'fB 

u 

s§ 



49,6061 
34,7241 



8,037 
12,056 



I 



1,185] 

287 

492 

1,628 

1,490 

1,416 

3,346 

4,242 

2,551 

3,086 

502 

2,924 

180 

1,119 

665 

237 

895 

912 

768 

132 

6 

1,730 

4,584 



30 

31 
254 
400 
258 
130 
544 
879 
206 
314 

52 

270 

6 

54 
134 

24 
174 
238 

57 

37 



2,044| 879,906 
I 

17,598 



I 
3,0661 



118 
263 



170 
107 

97 

14 

212 

170 

73 

62 

2 

74 



17 

2 

37 

30 



23 
69 



31,300 

4,600 

42,500 

7,700 

6,960 

3,380 

26,630 

17,830 

8,550 

15,250 

2,500 

14,250 

250 

4,100 

5,020 

6,100 

37,450 

32,540 

17,610 

10,300 

1,000 

16,500 

31,996 



J 
3 o 



94,950 
1,891 



28,200 

19,500 

1,670 

10,200 

4,250 

900 

2,800 

100 

520 



200 
200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



349 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


C Si 

3. 3 


O <" 

° W 

Sh 'cO 

.gtf 

B S 
3 ° 

3,530 
84,720 


O T3 


T3 
4> 

B£ 


■8 

■a 
a) 

„o 1) 


'3 

u 

O 

O 

C 

M 


of 

£ CO 

a) fi 

1° 

3 cj 

cu"£ 


JO) 
CD 

? 

COS 

h co 
WO 


w 

<D 

0" £1 

a -9, a 

CO 41 
^ .— i 
3 O CO 

1,131 
792 


to ;=3 
g CO 


2,818 

2,114 

.... 


545 
409 


183 
4,392 


125 
2,500 




815 

571 


3,295 
2,307 


10,630 
1,276 


236 

5 


172 



36 
76 
163 
15 
11 




124 
34 

109 

151 
96 
48 

254 

113 
75 

123 
18 

103 

8 

52 

37 

6 

82 

116 

84 

34 

8 

74 

122 


17 
1 
1 
4 
8 
6 
6 
3 
1 

17 

1 
2 
5 

6 
4 
4 
5 


6 

4 
13 
9 
4 
1 
2 
3 
3 
7 
1 
3 

2 






15 




4 


275 


48 






20 

20 

24 

576 

1,630 

407 

113 

34 


3 

42 
9 
3 

20 

26 




214 




11 

19 

4 


5 


343 




33 


31 




50 


99 




1,405 


65 




25 
14 
20 
8 
25 


115 




30 


101 




30 
1 






56 





108 


40 




14 


440 


30 








8 








30 
8 
4 

209 

35 

88 

6 


26 

24 



18 

120 

7 




229 
16 

3 
29 
32 
17 

6 




8 






1 








43 


2 
2 








115 

44 









32 






3 




1 





105 


3 

9 


1 




1 




J 


500 


189 






1 


1,500 






zl 


1 



350 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Harbour Main 

Avondale 

Middle Arm 

Brigus Junction 

Conception Harbour 

Kitchuses 

Bacon Cove 

Colliers 

Marysvale 

Lance Cove 

Freshwater 

Bell Island Mines 

Bell Island Centre 

Bell Island East 

Davidson Avenue, Scotia Ridge 
West Mines 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



■8 

°W 
X> cu 

S-S 



15,243 

11,770) 

860J 

270! 

12,487| 

2,076| 

1,5871 

10,8981 

I 
3,785[ 

I 
6,502j 

2,145| 
I 

16,513J 
I 

10,490) 

3,040 j 
2,997J 
8,3351 



<w o 
XI V 



4,763 

2,247 

96 

1,189 



138| 

I 
1,4621 

41| 

978| 

729| 

I 
774J 

1,939| 

i 
323j 

93! 

457 



Turnips 



"8 



s a 

2. « 



o.o 



700 

225 
12| 

II 
122| 

23| 

i 

HI 
i 

126) 

86| 

166| 

248| 

1,054| 

289| 

141 

98| 

262 



387 

27 



Cabbage 



■8 




CO 


t) 


<H -CC 




°K 


°W 








cu to 


■Q'S 


o T3 


BS 


BN 



5 s 



2| 

1[ 
381 

84 : 
210J 

75[ 
311 

io; 

20[ 



53,500 
44,650 
2,750 
3,350 
69,350 
20,220 
11,300 
56,100 
19,100 
42,480 
6,950 
77,760 
35,350 
15,200 
15,250 
59,530 



2 5 



300 



5,710 

5,300 
6,950 
2,000 
600 
5,150 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



351 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Tl 


Tl 

CD f-H 

11 

fern 


1° 

Si Eh 


OTl 

S3 

5 ° 
£eh 


o 

IS 


Ti 
<D 

w 

cuJ2 

J3 si 

few 


.3 

a 

o 

O 

'H 
3 




w 

'•3 » 

otO 
HI'S 




m 

« " o 

u ofl 
3 o eg 


a o 

g ca 
SO 

if f* 
OPu 


190 




241 
156 

10 

5 

290 

60 

40 
286 

70 
140 

36 

12 
198 

72 
5 

30 


16 
19 

1 

14 
6 
14 







28 

10 


30 


2 


3,000 


78 






3,500 


8 









200 








6 

4 

26 

25 












76 








74 

10 
70 
51 






29 








130 
65 

20 




15 










54 







3 



169 
20 
15 




31 






111 








60 


24 










85 










1 




6 
1 


















67 


8 
9 




i 


4 
23 


15 
20 




112 












1 





352 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


id 




■s 




XI 






oj 






CD 






W 


Xs 


W 


-3 


w 


2 




«h a! 


<h o 


•H 3 


o o 


n$ 


°£ 








u 


^ . 




u 




CiS 


tu ™ 






<u w 


O) w 




£i a 


.ft 5i 


XX% 


■S'S 


Xi'C 


xt-q 




R-3 


g-s 


S H 


§£ 


^ 


^ 




3 P 


3 3 


2. « 


5 « 


5 o 


=* o 




£« 


£ra 


Sffl 


£cq 


SO. 


!3A 


District St. John's West 


53,469 


27,234 


10,006 


7,300 1947293 1511464 


Value, $ 


37,428 


19,064 


15,009 


10,950 


38,946| 30,229 


Ward 1 









| .... 


Ward 2 


2,635 


1,165 


278 


205 


189,030 136,504 


Ward 3 


53 




700 


700 


200 




Ward 4 















Ward 5 


330 


150 


23 




179,500 


150,000 


Southside 


40 
2,368 


851 


2 
780 


367 






Freshwater Valley 


33,873 


16,850 


Bogy Hall Section 


9,751 


6,518 


3,659 


2,945 


488,750 


401,260 


Mental Hosptiai 














Kilbride Section 


6,920 


4,156 


1,566 


1,214 


471,600 


398,500 


Blackhead Road 


811 


56 


28 




3,380 


50 


Cape Spear 


72 
580 




8 

24 








Biackhead 




1,100 




Freshwater Bay 




Petty Harbour 


828 


123 


160 


50 


2,800 




Goulds 


10,109 


7,408 


1,669 


1,414 


430,000 


301,000 


Maddox Cove 


908 

7,792 


60 
3,553 


132 

129 


28 


3,300 
26,650 




St. Phillip's 


14,850 


St. Phillip's Hill 


2,231 


741 


72 




6,500 


4,650 


Thorburn Road 


781 


155 


17 


6 


500 




Portugal Cove 


7,255 


2,298 


759 


371 


110,110 


87,800 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



353 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



•a 

to 
■hos 
°W 

•° 2 
B-S 
3. 3 



2,621 
1,966 



few 



1,928 
1,446 



Hay 



a <» 
° w 

2 ° 

feiH 



7,271 
174,504 



O T3 



fe£ 



190 
4,560 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 
CD 
O 

«! 

Sh 

Ph 

CO 

H 
feS 



«H 



JS 



2,837 
56,740 



Grain 



■g 



.Q CD 

few 



497 
398 



.s 

CO 

o 



2 



Fruit 



.3 <-> 



111 

78 



2 M 
II 

wc3 



nj <P S 

1, in y 

3 o cd 
U06 



^ a 

cdpj 

a « 

cp S 

a a 
a ** 

Ofc< 



212 



148 



3241 



227 



132 
92 



213 



60| 50, 



41| 17 

i 

1,073| 963 



100 

1 


90 


2221 
| .. 




20 1 


5 
I 




687 1 


656 


12| . 





28 6[ 

160J H0| 



361 



58 



4 

13 

148 

806 



511 



27 
5,215 

35 
186 

68 

34 
161 



25 



2 
22 



53 



69 

5 

14 



11 



4 

1 

24 

186 



101 



4 
2,480 

1 



24 



150 



347 



I I 



I 31 



10 



70, 



12 



30 

27 



23 



120 



20 



275 



10 



122 







23 








6 









354 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 






"8 




1 






w 




w 


-d 


H 


■0 








°£ 




*H 03 






°tf 


OB 


°tg 


°fi 


°m 








t-i 


u 


tj 


u 




a) S 


0> .— I 
,Q <U 


> Q 'aS 


2% ■ 


4> w 


x>xs 




&■% 


11 


s£ 


ic 


§§ 


§§ 




3 3 


=> s 


^ « 


5 O 


2 o 




Spq 


£PQ 


Scq 


£ffl 




Sft 


District of St. John's East 


103,805 33,267 


11,376 


4,984 


425,903 


220,380 


Value, $ 


72,664' 23,287 


17,064 


7,476 


8,518 


4,403 


Ward 1 


1,296 


235 


136 


110 


3,985 


150 


Ward 2 1 














Ward 3 












Ward 4 


1,151 


738 











Ward 5 

Quidi Vidi 

Major's Path 

Nagle'sHill 

Flatrock 

Torbay ... 

Logy Bay 

Outer Cove 

Middle Cove 

Pouch Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Biscayan Cove . .. 
Cape St. Francis . 
Bauline 



130 


45 


32 


25 


2,952 


909 


806 


493 


11,310 


4,240 


3,679 


2,104 


3,761 


741 


1,130 


390 


10,710 


2,835 


537 


140 


38,407 


15,574 


1,863 


665 


3,124 


869 


590 


159 


4,325 


1,636 


979 


518 


3,569 


2,045 


485 


289 


16,996 


2,439 


880 


71 


2,635 


911 


163 


20 


334 
120 








5 




2,982 




91 









2,150 
20,427 
97,200 



1,000 
10,020 
61,500 



181,010| 140,150 

I 
706 



25,775 

6,350 

2,800 

8,320j 

57,960! 

I 

7,150 

3,900 

600 

7,570 



4,060 
2,000 

1,200 
300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



355 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


■d 

CO 

°PS 

%£ 

C to 

2. 3 


T3 

ja a) 


'g'S 

u to 

Si '3 
IS 


<H 

Is 


■a 

<u 

la 
Is 


■8 

■a 

£ to 


.3 
o 

«H 

o 

1 
a 


to* 

(_■ 

o> A 
■3.2 

J 3 

Hi Hi 


W 


t/f 
_tu 
"S 

■2 « to 

3 O to 


s§ 

SO 

OlX) 


828 

621 


57 
43 


2,785 
66,840 


109 
2,616 


399 
7,980 


600 
480 




127 
89 


363 

254 


354 
248 


1 

| 77 

1 

9 


32 




14 












3 


67 


16 












1 










1 


i 




1 




8 
30 

14 

5 







l 


' . 






1 


25 


3 
246 
632 
290 
174 
583 
227 
164 

99 
221 

70 
6 


1 
24 
14 
13 
13 
37 

7 








16 

55 
16 

2 
14 

2 


3 

100 



122 
13 




153 


40 
129 
42 
31 
41 
56 
15 
10 
12 
23 






18 

21 

203 


8 


4 

183 

3 


600 




53 








4 





33 



























285 






20 


118 


21 
17 




30 








191 










5 








2 


4 






56 


25 










3 

















356 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Ferryland 

Value, $ 

Goulds 

Big Pond 

Bay Bulls 

Witless Bay 

Mobile 

Tor's Cove 

Burnt Cove 

St. Michael's 

B'auline 

LaManche 

Brigus South 

Island Cove 

Admiral's Cove (Cape Broyle) 

Shores Cove 

Cape Broyle 

Calvert 

Ferryland 

Aquaforte 

Clear's Cove 

St. Bernard's 

Admiral's 

North Side 

Riverhead 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



CD 



Ir.cq 



66,177 
46,324 



o W 

S3 
3. =* 



9,522| 
6,537j 
1,8601 

2,490j 

i 
447 

453 

492 

264 

760! 

I 
270| 

I 
688! 

92 1 

I 

5,660 

3,750 

4,943 

1,369 

190 

60 

1,200 

181 
1,447 



4,286 
3,000 



7,4721 3,857 
169| 



Turnips 



V <3 
u 

OJ Ol 

p u 

5 p 

3 cc 

2;cq 



2,315 
3,473 



80 
39 
30 



I 



41 
21 



530 

13 

184 

133 

110 

120 

12 

21 

28 

2 

11 



13 

2 

87 

27 

256 

50 

10 

70 

65 

7 

42 



°<8 

u 

C u 
id >-* 



Cabbage 



295 
443 



242 



n 




ii 




01 


2 


°<3 


■go 






CD W 


OJ 01 


■°V> 


•Q'S 


^ 


BH 


2. o 


3 O 


Zcu 


ZP* 


535,101 


39,034 



10,7021 781 



57,300| 37,824 



I 



10 



16 



450 

1| 15,650 

3| 25,310 

6,480 

13,950 

3,450 

1,700 

2,150 

1,300| 

3,140| 

730| 

I 

6,770 

90 

74,281 

27,750 

33,100 

11,900 

1,100 

700 

17,150 

3,220 
15,500 



800 
300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



357 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 


Vegetables 


% 




w 


Tj 


■M CO 


♦JO 


u w 


°W 




,5 oi 


P* 


S-3 


3 3 


3 3 


£cq 


t5W 



977 
733 
553 

12 

24 
40 



3 

4 

87 

24 

1 

3 



Hay 



Si ra 
,gtf 

P 



410| 2,071 
308| 49,704 

407| 130 

I 
I 7 

3 162 
I 
I 156 

I 68 

| 73 

I 
I 17 

I 
I 16 

I 
I 14 

I • 

19 
9 

19 

4 

110 

84 
243 

54 
6 
6 

38 

10 

23 



O T3 
Sri "o 

jgoa 

3 p 



130 

3,120 

23 

1 
17 
28 
8 
6 
1 

1 
3 



Other 
Fodder 



01 






0J Dj 



Grain 



Oi J" 

X! a' 



27 

540 

20 



a 
'a 

O 



■s 



Fruit 



ai £ 

CO 

CL, cu 



629 

440 



17 



14 



cu 

X! 



wc5 



CO 

01 

J2 & M 

CO g 

CO <D £ 

3 O co 



93 

44 
449 



46 
32 



5 
251 



77 
54 



24 



131 



So 

CO^J 



to 



3 



3.055 
367 



1,005 
366 

24 

23 

301 

28 



7 
18 



358 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 
w 

<n td 
o HI 

U W 

3 3 






Turnips 



1 






£oq 



Cabbage 



-a 

CD 

w 

■rH 
«H fij 

°s 

CD w 
HI 



u 
cd h 

3. ° 



Kingman's 

Trixie's Cove 

&t. Brendan's . .. 

Blacksmith 

Bear Cove Point ... 

Renews 

Bear Cove 

Cappahayden 

Freshwater 

Cape Race 

Long Beach 

Drook 

Portugal Cove 

Biscay Bay 

Trspassey 

Tropassey Central . 

Shoal Point 

Daniel's Point 

N. W. Arm 

Cape Pine 

St. Shott's 



1,001 

170 

30 

145 

45 

3,617 
149 
959 
120 
24 
270 
157 

1,129 
305 

2,273 

2,625 

348 

928 

28 

112 

1,426 



20 



50 



73 



36 



24 

6 

6 

1 

1 

167 

11 

71 

10 



6 


59| 




8 
60 


2 


2 


33 


11 


14 




2 

2 

36 




5 



12,750 

1,600 

2,000 

1,500 

300 

61,350 

2,200 

2| 21,500| 

I I 

.. | 1,200| 
I 

600] 

I I 

... I 3,800| 

I 
4| 2,000| 

i 
4 13,100| 

.. j 3,650 

.. I 40,200 

I 

25,380 

3,700 

7,600 

300 

700 

6,500 



110 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



359 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



V, 




W 


13 




°ig 


H 


-9 9J 


n 


2 3 


&m 


Z pq 



51 
5 

19 
2 



72 
10 
33 

1 

33 



Hay 



5 G 

IS 



31 
8 
4 
4 
2 
169 
8 

41 
6 
2 

13 

19 
100 

31 
134 
105 

15 

33 
1 
9 

59 



ShO 

Is 



14 



Other 
Fodder 



^ i- 1 



£H 



Grain 






.3 

Eh 

o 






Fruit 



1° 
.3 if 



12 



> a 

tap) 

h cfl 

So 



eil 

3 O CB 

uoci 



Pi o 



Ofe 



1,028 

22 

193 

20 
20 



360 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



73 
0) 
m 

<y'td 

s-s 



«H O 

,fi (1) 

Sen 



Turnips 



"8 



•9 "3 
f ^ 

2 m 



F ^ 

3 * 
2cq 



Cabbage 



4) OT 

^ o 

2; ft 



o ° 



District Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Value, $ 

Peter's River 

Middle Gut 

St. Vincent's 

Gaskier's 

Point la Haye 

Gulch 

Path End 

St, Mary's 

Gout's Pond 

River Head 

Mall Bay 

Admiral's Beach 

Mosquito - 

Regina 

Mussel Pond 

St. Joseph's 

New Bridge 

Forest Field 

St. Catherine's 

Mount Carmel 

Mitchell's Brook 

Harricot 

Tickles 



71,679 
50,175 



-- 



351 

480 

1,859 

2,153 

1,267 

822 

307 

3,824 

519 

2,723 

946 

218 

669 

893 

1,795 

4,315 

1,513 

350 

558 

3,326 

1,356 

478 

411 



4,213 
2,949 



51 



40 
4 



12 
133 

36 
56 
42 



4,340 
6,510 



18 
19 
95 
67 

110 
67 
12 

356 
36 

202 
50 
16 
49 
60 
59 

192 

51 

26 

9 

102 
42 
19 
39 



352 
528 



1040805 
20,816 



5,545 

10,150 

61,490 

39,900 

22,810 

15,200 

5,000 

77,100 

10,600 

55,100 

14,750 

1,600 

4,100 

7,150 

9,470 

26,450 

9,800 

1,120 

880 

9,600 

6,400 

1,840 

1,600 



10,413 
208 



100 
250 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



361 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



1 

en 
■h'3 

| J? 

,Q CD 
IB 

SB 



°1 

rQ <D 



Hay 



Other 
Fodder 



'3 



£ 



o x) 



£ 



Is 



T3 

CD 
CJ 

P 

5 ° 



Grain 



73 
CI) 



CD ^ 
X! CD 

am 



.5 

CO 

o 






Fruit 



cu e 



r^5 ° 

Oitu 







w 




<D 


CD 






H 


f-i 






is o 


rrant 
osebe 
lions 


cB^ 


£ rt 


3 o co 


coO 


OOO 



3 o 

co s 



X 3 
J? <-< 
O fc< 



2,300[ 
1,725[ 



33| 

42| 
205 

91 
108 

60 

17 
182 

24 
370 

44 



8 
42 
45 

4 
10 
77 
24 
13 

3 



62 

47 



3,580f 142 
85,920 3,408 



160 



36| 

J 

38 

96 

93 

67 

19 

13 

171 
24 

176 
47 
6 
22 
20 
32 

103 

31 

7 

22 

116 
47 
34 
14 



2 
20 



592 

414 



70 



150 



11 



107 

75 



434 
304 



218 

26 



50 

15 
7 



30 
5 



362 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. PrcUucts of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 
0) 
CO 

■H a 



<M O 

s-s 



Turnips 



■s 



in 

s ^ 



■2 «* 

5 ^ 

2ffl 



Cabbage 



T> 




0) 




HI 


2 






°(2 


°fl 






d) w 


QJ W 


,Q T3 


^'S 


3 o 


1 = 


£& 


5 ft. 



Colinet 

John's Pond 

North Harbour 

Garden Cove 

Beckford 

Branch 

East Cove 

Point Lance 

Golden Bay 

Cape St. Mary's ... 

Lear's Cove 

St. Bride's 

Custlett 

Angel's Cove 

Patrick's Cove 

Gooseberry 

Ship Cove 

Great Barrisway.. 

Little Barrisway 

Point Verde 

Placentia (IS. E.) ... 

Placentia 

Placentia Junction 

Dunville 

Jersey Side 



696 

96 

1,106 

335 

50 

4,083 

47 

700 

80 

65 

2,533 

1,180 

605 

1,365 

150 

723 

312 

252 

3,934 

1,935 

2,125 

57 

1,468 

765 



15 
42 



91 



52 

120 

15 

8 



12 



19 

1,059 

265 

495 



39 
45 



55 

14 

44 

6 



228 



58 



231 

69 

30 

71 

13 

15 

21 

4 

439 

158 

100 



76 
25 



200 

10 

5 



4,625[ 

I 

1,100| 

I 

7,600 

2,750 



23,250 



6,300 
600 



800 

13,850 

4,400 

3,400 

6,250 

1,100 

7,150 

4,600 

800 

17,200 

8,700 

38,200 

900 

32,305 

21,300 



250 



500 



500 



1,200 

100 

1,760 

750 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



363 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



Other 
Vegetables 



<a 

in 

v 'a 

£% 



I8| 

7[ 
40 ; 

2 
I 

136 






2 3 



12 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Hay 



S g 



43| 
7 

37 

4 

6 

311 

6 

83 
7 



5 c 

is 



Other 
Fodder 



14 



CD 

S fl 



Grain 



■8 



S^5 
j5 a) 
c ,c 

£ffl 



.3 

03 
J-i 

o 



1 

3 



■SI 






Fruit 



P o 
h o 



cs i' 5 

3 o co 
OOO 






O^ 



20 
28 

4 
73 
20 
31 

2 

8 

78 

64 

119 

3 



3 
10 



11 

264 

96 

37 

89 

24 

49 

20 

14 

268 

116 

35 

2 

100 

221 



12 
2 



2 
1 

13 

5 
7 



14 



428 



181 



347 



364 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Freshwater 

Marquise 

Argentia 

Fox Harbour 

Ship Harbour 

Long Harbour 

Famish Cove 

Tickle Harbour Station 

Little Harbour Bast 

LaManche 

Southern Harbour 

Arnold's Cove 

Arnold's Cove Station ... 
Come by Chance 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



•h'S 

a* 



SB 






320 

2,095 

738 

958 

233 

856 

1,650 

49 

2,349 

664 

1,452 

4,058 

90 

372| 
I 



69 
414 



112 



56j 

I 
8641 



I 



451 



Turnips 



U 

3 CO 



o-9 
M 



T 



n 

321| 

106 

I 
35 

54 

23 

146 

2 

127 

32 

48 

64 



10 



Cabbage 



73 


a» 


w 




«H CO 




<u w 


■C5 


SM 


3 O 


ZO, 



2 



l 



5 9,400 800 

: 45,070 1200 
106,900 
120,050 
48,450 
71,350 
4| 5,300 

.. j 1,000 

I 

4| 6,450 

i 
.. | 2,000 

- 1 ioo| 

45| 15.400J 2,500 

.. i i 



4,500] 

L 



500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



365 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


1 

Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


■8 

<h'3 

°K 

,3 a) 

e-S 

2. 3 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


o <" 
f-< 'cd 

eg 
5 ° 


O T3 

u o 

la 

IS 


Number of 
Tons Produced 


Number of 
Bushels Threshed 


a 

"a 
u 

O 

3 


Hi <L> 


«T 
u 
P o 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


?4 o 
a ~ 

£ CO 

.£ 3 
X '" 
Otn 






41 

191 

169 

84 

39 

68 

22 

1 

16 

10 

11 

32 


5 

4 

17 

1 








1 




10 


48 


5 















24 


3 






i 






3 






























































3 
































1 
1 
















































28 


17 


2 





























155 




11 




1 

i 














1 











366 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



3ETTLEMENTS 



District of Placentia West . 

Value, $ 

Red Island 

Harbour Buffett 

Port Royal 

Kirjigwell 

Spencer's Cove 

Haystack 

Brewley 

Rose-au-Rue 

Indian Harbour 

Merasheen 

Jean de Gaunt 

Pinchard's Island 

Gaulton's Island 

Harbour Island 

Cooper's Cove 

Tack's Beaoh 

Best's Harbour 

Broad Cove 



Ionia.. 



Black River 

North Harbour.. 
Swift Current.... 
Sound Island.... 



PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 


Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


T3 




■s 




CD 




w 


«M O 


w 




<h'S 


"0 

"Wo 


°rt 


OW 


°(S 


in 


°K 


°W 


£> a) 


£.22 


u 

cu w 
.a "a; 


Bo 


S-i 




&■£ 


S3 


s a 


5b 


§§ 


g§ 


3 3 


3 co 


3 a 


5 o 


J2 o 


z3> 


sm 


£cq 


£CQ 


Z On 


So, 



41,282 
28,897 



482 
1,250 
250 
621 
418 
795 
270 

99 

344 

21 

3 



2,030 
1,421 



56 



1,271 
1,907 



9 




66 




120 




195 




118 




3 




171 


24 


1,082 


10 


840 


76 


1,752 


56 



5 
38 
21 
6 
2 
9 
1 



51 



1 
7 
1 
4 
6 
137 
43 



95 1 682,937 13,027 
143 13,6591 261 



50 
4 



41,050| 
9,050| 

8,300J 
i 

7,850| 
I 

2,950| 

2,300J 

i 

3,650| 



1,800 

42,550 
4,000 
800 
1,400 
4,000 
5,450 
8,500 

12,500 
9,300 

23,750 
1,000 

16,375 
5,850 
5,530 



I 



100 



1,000 



750 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



367 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 







PRODUCTS 


OF THE LAND 


, 1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


73 

5S.9 

B-S 

3 3 


•a 

s-s 

3 3 


3"S 

ft Of 

P o 

1,032 
24,768 


073 
h o 

Is 


«S> P-t 

IS 


■g 

.a 

tj43 


.3 

O 

"S 
3 


* CO 


'u 
u 

■sg 

co a 
h co 

r 

105 


c/f 

fflU 

g s § 

3 o ra 

OC5C5 


_ fi 

PI £> 
P CO 

SI if 

±? ^ 


871| 1 


68 
1,632 






i 


10 

7 


aa 


30 


1 
653 




1 
1 


74 ifi 


4 


1 












27| 


35 
32 

8 
16 
10 
18 

5 
















27| 


i 






i ; 








30 


I 
31 


1 














52 



















17 


















8 


1 

1 
















1 


































3 
36 

1 


1 

















9| 
















1 
2| 



















1 
| 


























1 
1 
3 
3 
4 
4 
8 
7 

12 
9 

13 




6 






























4 




















3 


1 
















10 


































3 




1 
1 


































13 
















20 


2 














25 



































368 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 




Woody Island 
Bar Haven 
Prowseton 
Davis Cove 
Chamber's Island 
Queen's Bank 
Clattice Harfoour 
Chandler's Harbour 
Little Paradise 

Bona 

Isle Valen 
St. Leonard's 
St. Kyran's 
Murphy's Cove 
St. Anne's 
Presque 
Deep Cove 
Tosselo 

Beckford's Cove 
Great Bona 
Great Paradise 
Momkstown 
Darby's Harbour 
South East Bight 
Petit Forte 



:ENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



369 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



a 



°K 

B-S 

Scq 



B-S 



Hay 



in '3 
jjtf 

ga 

3 ° 



O T3 

Is 



54| 
101 



22 
22 
1 
7 
1 
1 
13 



4 

6 

18 

2 

7 

14 



Other 
Fodder 



-I 

a 



2 



Grain 



% 



(V 

°£ 

c ^ 

Em 



.3 

nf 

o 



1 



Fruit 






M I E" 



S3 



g 8§ 

S op 
3 O to 
OOC5 



S "2 

<L> ^ 



370 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


•a 
o 

w 

<y 'a 

£1 CD 

|g 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


■8 

U 

S H 




■8 

u 

5° 


Number of 
Pounds Sold 


Burnt Island 


321 
778 
705 
507 
757 
495 
854 

1,081 
939 

2,117 

2,497 
291 

1,108 

336 

55 

42 

1,215 
744 
619 
580 

1,082 
377 
162 
718 
820 


3 






5,285 
18,871 

5,880 

2,130 
540 

7,168 
30,842 
10,102 
24,944 

6,750 
13,300 

3,000 
18,550 

1,400 

500 

200 

11,400 

9,050 

9,080 




St. Joseph's 


9 

157 

6 

15 

66 

27 

66 

53 

6 

10 

7 

4 

6 

5 

35 

84 

4 

9 

145 

19 
1 
8 

12 


6 
2 




Little Harbour 




Brookside 


20 

120 

99 

49 

265 

192 

15 

24 

39 

15 
96 
51 

9 
24 
23 
33 
21 

3 
10 




Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove 




Oderin 




Baine Harbour 

Rushoon 


844 


Creston South 




Marystown South 




Beau Bois 






Little Bay 






Duricle 






Tides Point 

Tides Cove 






12 

4 


2 




Rock Harbour 

Jean de Bay 


300 
160 


Davis Island 

Flat Island 

Red Harbour 


41,000 
9,420 




8.56C 
800 


Spanish Room 

Mooring Cove 


.... 
5,415 
5,780 








CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



3'.'i 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 






12 

14 

27 

I 

33| 

20| 

12] 
55| 
77J 
15| 
25| 

32| 

I 

1 

1 



156 
31 



° 






Hay 



o u 



4 

20 

8 

19 

17 

7 

27 

35 

30 

46 

77 

9 

38 

7 

3 

3 

34 

20 

15 

22 

14 

5 

3 

31 

30 



O T3 
_§ CO 

as 



i 
i 

2 
10 

3 
1 

1 
2 
2 
3 

5 
1 

1 
2 



Other 
Fodder 



*1 
I* 



J 3 o 
S5H 



Grain 



15 



a) 



.s 
o 



1 

S 



Fruit 



Is 

p o 

II 



fflS 



Sop] 

3 O as 



w 



SSsf 
£ g 

Om 



17 



3 

27 



25 



372 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


M-f o 

6 "S 

3 3 
SS3 


-0 

CJ 

in 

QJ W 

P '-> 

3 co 


acq 


•h'3 

°K 

J-l 

i § 

5 ° 
So, 


o ° 


Marystown North . | 

Creston North [ 

Marticot Island | 


3,753| 

1,793| 

361 


208 
270 


15 
36 


10| 

1 

1 


19,405 

7,915 

500 


80 


1 


1 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



373 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


Number of 
Tons Raised 


o t3 
Sh "o 

2 ° 


s g 


Spq 




O 

3 


V 

•r-\ 

a> R 

|C5 

.3 w 
it* ■*-* 


Strawberries, 
Gallons 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


S o 

a pi 

a) S? 
Xi 3 

O m 


11 




82 
45 


5 
4 








10 


25 m 


12 










1 


5 





























I i 


1 



S74 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Burin 

Value, $ 

Port au Bras 

Bull's Cove 

Path End 

Burin North 

Ship Cove 

Collin's Cove 

Kirby's Cove 

Mosquito 

Pardy's Island 

Kelly's Cove 

Step a Side 

Great Burin 

Shalloway 

Whale Cove 

Burin Bay 

Ship Cove, Path End 
Black Duck Cove 

Sandy Point 

I ng Cove 

T'leD-okc . 

? ;lmc.iier 

Purin Bay Arm . 
jj.tPond 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



o 

tn 

«h re 

°« 

J2 CD 

am 



2 

«H O 

OS 

am 



Turnips 



% 



U 

■2 'a! 

am 



•2 "3 

3. <° 
am 



Cabbage 



T3 
0) 
■f-t 

>h re 

°m 

u 

a& 



T 



24,204| 
16,943 



643 

1,074 

279 

575 

69 

42 

59 

55 

57 

51 

173 

236 

84 

30 

207 

9 

228 

36 

48 

12 

629 

507 

631 



1,412| 

i 

988 



450 
12 
12 



78 

81 

156 



2,204 
3,306 



7 
46 



7 

3 

24 



121 
182 



687,445 
13,748 



20,775 

18,070 
9,380 

16,655 
970 
2,880 
4,010 
1,655 
1,465 
1,075 
2,715 
9,860 
1,260 
4,225 

11,740 



3,010 



840 

950 

4,485 

10,355 



I 



111 4,405 



"go 
u 

<D CO 

si 

ao< 



18,385 
368 



200 



300 



2,900 

200 



600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



375 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 







PRODUCTS OF THE LAND 


, 1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


a) 
w 

11 


2 


a <" 
.gtf 

la 
Is 


<4H 
O tJ 

s-.'o 

is 


o 

JJPh 

la 

Is 


1 

0) 
O •£ 


.3 

O 

M 


in 

■•H 

0) C 

0-( oj 


m 

'u 

CD 

£ o 
SO 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


3 8 
(UJT) 

mO 
a>.s5 

i; ^ 


i 

977 1 1 I 


2,454 
58,896 


105 
2,520 








20 
14 


87 1(11 


1,424 
171 


733 


86 






61 


71 










8 


2 


28 

20 

14 

18 

6 

3 

5 

5 

3 

1 

11 

34 

4 

5 

24 

1 

10 

4 

2 

1 

25 

26 

24 


1 

2 
4 
2 










15 
25 


4 

2 

22 


' 


34 










12 












1 

4 


21 












1 

8 


3 












1 


5 










i 








































































6 


















19 




3 

1 

4 
1 










2 




















1 


1 














































19 


9 



















































































4 


3 






1 
2 












10 


5 





































376 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 

<V 
in 

°K 

few 



•a 


"8 


«H 


■h'3 


OciO 


u « 


fc.3 


it 


.Q 1) 


^3*3 


S-s 


^ 


3 3 


3 S 


£cq 


£m 



Turnips 



OJ JO 



Cabbage 






O ° 

1-3 

|§ 



Loon's Cove 

Bay View 

Kimberley 

Epworth 

Wandsworth 

Lanse aL'Eau 

Corbin 

Little St. Lawrence 
St. Lawrence ...... 

Lawn 

Roundabout 
Lord's Cove 

Taylor's Bay 

Point aux Gaul .... 
Lamaline East . . 
Lamaline West .... 

Meadows 

Allan's Island 

High Beach 

Calmer 

Lourdes 

Green Island 

Dantzic Cove 

Point Crewe 

Fortune. 



898 
300 
150 
361 
234 
3 
323 
138 
818 
358 
42 
780 
501 
1,449 
1,016 
677 
721 
513 
225 
358 
655 



439 
1,033 



119 
150 
135 



36 



12 



14 



69 
30 
12 



4 

20 

99 

142 

18 

293 

101 

305 

129 

175 

129 

154 

15 

30 

110 



15 
52 



46 
25 

12 



17 



16,085 

1,000 

9,615 

6,535 

2,500 

35.150 

7,600 

95,745 

80,530 

4,300 

16,090 

7,150 

7,680 

7,550 

11,505 

11,320 

26,650 

3,900 

5,600 

16,300 



5,620 

1,000 
200 



2,000 



7,500 

30,0501 4,100 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



377 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



■d 




<u 




w 


•n 


■H CIS 


■Mn 


°tf 


°« 


V$ 


Sa 


jO V 


X! <U 


Biz 

3 3 




am 


Sffl 



Hay 



Other 
Fodder 



w t/i 

Sen 

5 ° 



Gro- 
in 3 



Sh 



•«5 

5 ° 



Grain 



T3 

a; 









.9 
'3 



2 



Fruit 



§ 



go 
a 1=1 

h « 

So 



-2 



3 O CO 

000 



3 o 
COS 

-^ 
MO 



as 
xj 3 

Ofc, 




12 




50 




10 



18 
80 
10 



6 
82 
12 

6 

1 

1 

I 

19 

67 

32 

49 



86 



75 
10 



28 

7 

3 

41 

18 

16 
24 

302 

122 
7 
99 
58 
81 
86 

115 
58 
20 
67 
56 

141 



136 

87 



4 
11 



20 



25 



20 



378 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


0) 




"2 




01 






«m 'co 




en 

•y'3 


T3 

""•■S 


"a""? 


s 




°tf 


°W 


°$ 


°& 


°K 


°w 




fcS 


u£ 


<L> W 


S to 








,o 9J 


,Q CD 


J3"3 


„Q-a 


•^ 






0-S 


£ " 


£ P 


^ 


«N 




3 3 


3 =1 


3 ra 


3 co 


5 o 


5 o 




£cq 


SCQ 


£m Spq 


SOh 


Scu 


Grand Bank 


3,755 


136 


122 


3 


69,295 


400 


Molliers 


210 
635 


15 
3 


2 
3 




1,000 
9,700 




Grand Beach 


400 


Frenchman's Cove 

Garnish 


431 




22 




17,820 
48,495 




1,447 




55 




465 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



379 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Ti 








T3 

HI 


T3 


.3 


01 






£h o 
cop; 

g CO 


v'a 


■a 
"go 


u to 


O T3 


CJ 

°3 


CD 


CO 






I/) 

5h 


nts, 

berries 

is 


%«l 


a! ,23 




1) w 


OJ p., 


aj^g 


O 


CO p; 
h co 


ffiO 


.O HI 


X! 4) 


JO 


Xi 


X! ai 




CO 1' 3 


!h .j 


3 3 






3 o 




c j3 
3 3 


'S 


5 " 


u oa 
3 o co 


-C 3 


Zm 


£m 


ss£ 


fcH 


£H 


£« 


U 


Hi tu 


wO 


OOO 


Oh 


201 


13 


318 

1 

| 26 

61 

i 

38 
164 


20 








20 


9 


48 


1,246 


10 


1 








If) 


38 


.... 














3 


1 1 
] 61 












66 


123 


3 


1 

1 8 






i 
















1 


i 




' ' 



380 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


T3 

w 
<h 'a 


2 
o m 

X> a) 
2(3 


w 

"H'S 

u 


o.9 

u 

CD w 

u 

Spq 


w 

=H CO 

£ a, 


2 

■go 
u 

QJ M 
£1 TJ 

So, 


District Fortune Bay and Hermitage . 
Value, $ 


48,562 
33,993 


3,649 
2,554 


2,300 
3,450 


135 
203 


403,854 
8,077 


7,812 
156 


Point Enragee 

Great Jervais 


707 

61 

60 

106 

92 

1,116 

815 

2,461 

1,390 

294 

1,175 

1,347 

59 

12 

653 

129 

57 

190 

12 

30 

137 

366 

60 


5 

3 
6 


18 




12,750 

450 

460 

260 

1,450 

5,520 

18,060 

11,300 

2,675 

15,800 

10,600 

1,200 

400 

10,800 

9,000 

875 

2,000 

950 

600 

6,300 

9,575 

1,600 


1,000 


Barrisway de Plate ', 

Grand John 


3 

12 
69 
18 
96 
74 

9 

28 

117 

9 

3 
19 

2 

6 

10 






Langute de Cerf 




2 
2 

12 
4 




St. Bernard's 




Jacques Fontaine 


62 

277 

101 

6 

34 

33 

9 




Bay LArgent 

Little Bay East '. 


150 


Little Harbour East 




Harbour Mille 


250 


Terrenceville 


22 




Grand le Pierre 




Pay's Cove 

English Harbour East 




Bay de L'Eau 








Femme 


3 




Long Harbour Beach 

Hoop Cove 








10 
11 






Stone's Cove 






Hare Harbour 















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



381 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 

co 
■h'cS 



XI 01 

3 3 

i3CQ 



999 

749 



° 






Hay 



I J 
G 2 



O T3 
t, O 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 

o 

ga 



41 1,297 



17 



31,128 



741 

i 

1,7701 



Grain 



•a 

01 

xt 

CO 

tu 

°S 

c xi 
5 w 

5 3 



re 

o 



1 

5 



Fruit 



(i, CD 



11 



So 



9«J§ 

u o S 
3 o re 
OOO 



< 
IU o 
rem 

WO 



J3 pi 

ofi 



40 
28 



326 
228 



899 
103 



21 



I 
106 

55 

4 

16 

20 



8 

41 



54 



15 
50 
37 

9 
35 
36 

5 

25 
9 
5 

15 
4 
3 
9 

16 
5 



11 



10 
8 



382 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



X> (1) 



Rencontre East 

Doctor's Harbour 

Lally Cove 

Bay du Nord 

Lake's Beach 

Turnip Cove 

Pool's Cove 

Corbin 

Barrow 

Belleoram 

S>t. Jacques 

St. Jacques Island 

English Harbour West 

Mose Ambrose 

Boxey 

Blanchet 

St. John's Bay 

Coomb's Cove 

Wreck Cove 

Red Cove 

Bay de FEau Island 

Miller's Passage 

Little Bay West 

Jersey Harbour 

Broad Cove 



365 
156 
224 

967 
51 
170 
943 
214 
48 
543 
994 



896 
494 

1,029 
12 
242 
952 
395 
282 
217 

1,171 
785 
740 
174 



Old 



B w 
3 3 



Turnips 



■s 



u 

CD W 

2. « 



2 
6 

5 

46 

5 



69 



30 
12 
65 



93 

25 



I 



6 

359 

50 

30 



24 

23 

12 

43 

2 

16 

83 

1 

6 

5 

22 



52 

2 

91 



127 
118 

27 

11 

84 

101 



it 

SP5 



24 
3 



Cabbage 



TS 




V 




w 


TJ 




"go 


M 


^t 


<D w 




,Q "O 


jO T3 


SN 


£§ 


3 O 


3 o 


So, 


So, 



11,850 

9,100 

3,580 

10,219 

910 

1,120 

16,230 

960 

800 

3,085 

8,970 

6,720 
2,800 
3,220 
50 
1,350 
7,355 
1,950 
2,690 
445 
4,355 
3,160 
3,845 
1,900 



T 



610 

4,400 

350 

220 

35 



600 



34 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



383 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



XI 



22 
28 
14 
52 

if 

15J 

117| 



31] 

65| 

i 

19 
14 
10 



33 
I 

"I 

121 



c!3 

s-s 



Hay 



° to 

3 ° 



Other 
Fodder 






*S 



12| 
3 
5 

31 
1 
4 

56 
4 
1 
5 

44 



28 
13 
19 

1 
12 
31 
11 

5 

3 
23 
20 
23| 

31 



T3 

o 
o 

SJ Oh 

5 C 



Grain 



■8 



A CI 
_ w 



.s 



"S 



M 



Fruit 






& CI 



SO 



en 

uOO 



_ o 








1 




















7 


S 















































384 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


xs 
a 

xt <u 

s-s 


Number of 
Bushels Sold 


■s 

w 

•w'cs 

0) W 

s ^ 

3 as 




Number of 
Pounds Raised 


"go 
u 

s§ 

So, 


Harbour Breton 


2,441 


17 


9 




29,300 


84 


Deadman's Cove 


99 




3 




103 




Sagona 


499 




1 




19,650 




Mercer's Cove (Brunette) 


355 




63 




7,750 




Forward's Cove (Brunette) 


131 




18 




760 




Great Harbour 


468 


1 


20 




3,500 




Dawson's Cove 


2,088 


368 


119 


9 


4,450 




Seal Cove 


3,396 
264 


722 


204 
23 


9 


7,500 
11,750 




Pass Island 




Grole 


201 




20 




8,070| 

1 
14,350 45 


Hermitage 


1,837 


248 


114 


17 


Furby's Cove 


217 


31 


17 


4 


1,130' 


Barrisway Cove 


117 


24 


2 




420| 


Round Cove 


76 




13 


1 


460 




Hardy's Cove 


111 


21 


16 


5 


330 




Little Passage 


12 
273 








450 
4,820 






12 






Piccaire 


74 




5 




2,665 




Round Harbour 


35 
80 




7 




2,605 
2,800 
1,000 




Little Bay 




Patrick's Harbour 


156 


5 


5 






Harbour Gallett 


186 




4 




800 




Raymond's Point 


75 




J 




900 




Burnt Woods 


513 




10 




'l66 




Conne 


568 




7 




1,304 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



385 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 


Vegetables 


13 




a 




'n 


■o 


«h co 


»jo 


°« 


°w 


s-3 




s*i 


S* 


3 3 


3 3 


aw 


am 



164 

7 

6 

1 

14 

2 



Hay 



an 



33 

16 
33 



77 

97 

10 

20 

59 

6 

3 

2 

4 

1 

10 

3 

1 

1 

2 

3 

3 

5 

16 



O *o 

H o 

|a 

5 ° 



Other 
Fodder 



■8 



JS 



S o 
IS 



Grain 



n 

•a 



.S 
o 



1 

2 



Fruit 



0) 

4) H 

IT 1 -*-* 



■§3 

p o 
h to 



"1 Si 

«■? 3 

CO i> g 

(h o PI 
3 O co 



So 
co p| 

S « 

OC* 



24 
2 



14 
12 

1 



386 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


2 

-° Si 

s-g 


■8 

w 

u 

S « 


|| 

Sffl 


-0 

0) 

Uj 

<W CD 

5 § 


JS-3 


Head of Conne 

Morrisville 


171 

518 

63 

796 

2,008 

816 

150 

5,282 

45 

12 

78 


24 


3 

29 




200 

1,310 

190 

2,080 

5,043 

2,266 

159 

11,754 

200 

120 

950 

2,400 

400 

100 

1,910 

15,520 

1,000 

1,930 




Lector's Cove 




Milltown 


11 
60 
16 
2 
95 






Head of Bay D'Espoir 


1 




St. Joseph's 


109 




Swanger's Cove 




St. Alban's 


737 




Roti Point 




King's Cove 


1 






Goblin 






Bay d'Est 


184 
24| 


1 






Couilliard 






Stanley's Cove 


27 
116 
430 

81 

87 










Great Jervais 


1 

12 

1 

2 








4 








McCallum 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



387 







PRODUCTS 


DF THE LANE 


, 1934 








Other 

Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


0) 
w 

<h'3 

B-S 

2 3 
acq 


73 

e-s 

acq 


Number of 
Tons Raised 

05 tf i 


OT3 
t< O 

a v 

3 c 
5 ° 

2H 


Number of 
Tons Produced 


Number of 
Bushels Threshed 


.3 

CO 

u 



*H 
O 

1 

3 


c/f 

m 

■SI 

3 - 

3 
PL, "5 


Strawberries, 
Gallons 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


Other Small 
Fruit, Gallons 






1 
















9 








































18 

41 

23 

3 

75 

2 

2 

2 

2 


1 

1 
4 
2 
2; 












































14 


15 

1 

140 






























13 








| 














1 





















i 
1 
















72 


150 


















8 






















37 






3 
3 
1 
















136 


40 


15 












15 
8 




351 















86 


3 




I 








1 
1 




115 








1 




1 









388 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


-a 

Oi 

<h'3 

£1 0> 

s. 3 


2 
on 

,fi 0) 

Sffl 


■8 
°l 

u 
O) w 

G '- 

5 <-< 
2. a 


T3 

s ^ 


Number of 
Pounds Raised 


u 

OJ w 
.QT3 

2 ° 
is; a, 


District Burgeo and LaPoile 

Value, $ 


9;448 
6,614 


101 

71 


1,081 
1,622 


250 
375 


270,707 
5,414 


9,150 
183 


Mosquito 














Muddy Hole 












Richard's Harbour 


29 

18 

24 

936 

329 

127 

6 






220 




Lock's Cove 








Cul de Sac East 










Rencontre West 

New Harbour 

Francois 


29 
3 


17 
2 




11,230 
8,477 
8,360 
1,229 
400 
7,370 
7,170 
1,140 
4,295 
5,445 
9,380 
4,530 
4,100 
2,125 
200 

34,145 
4,420 
1.010 


20f 


Cul de Sac West 








Penguin Island 










Cape La Hune 


35 

229 

30 

134 

171 

407 

49 

86 

80 

9 

666 

79 

209 




4 
5 






Grey River 




100 










14 

11 

20 

6 

7 




Fox Island Harbour 






Ramea 








Deer Island 






Our Harbour 




Red Island 






Boar Island 

Burgeo 


1 
230 


1 




Hunt's Island 1 




Otter's Point 





















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



389 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



73 
4) 

m 

J* 

£ 3 



JD 4) 

3 3 
Sffl 



Hay 



in "* 



c a 

s. ° 



Sh o 

5 £ 

Is 



465| 

I 

349 



364 
8,736 



\ 



15 



360 



Other 
Fodder 



IS 



Grain 



1 



|g 
Sffl 



o 



Ti 

3 



Fruit 



cu S 

-a q 

s . 

3 <J 

Pnlu 



la 

& o 
co ;zj 



M 



42 <u 

"5 X 



3 O CO 



l=i O 
03 Ph 
g CO 

43 3 
£J ^ 
Ofa 



4| 
2| 
9 1 
4| 
73] 
II 



421 



4| 

3] 

6 I 

31 

131 

II 



34 

1 



390 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


T3 




"8 




73 






CD 






<u 






W 


2 


CO 


-d 


w 


2 




«M CO 


■y o 


«H c0 


"-"S 


«w cc 


'H'n 




°K 


°M 


°S 


°£ 


°« 


°w 








K „ 


tH 


h 


[H 




%% 


82-3 


x> "3 


1) w 




0) w 






&■£ 


s^ 


Sh 


SN 


SH 




3 3 


2 3 


3 « 


3 S 


3 o 


3 o 




Scq 


£m 


Scq 


Sea 


J2JCL, 


£a< 




9 

716 


3 






1,000 
5,065 




Grand Bruit 


90 








42 1 


1 




350 




North Bay 


1 
1411 






150 




221| 






2,780 




1 
71 







100 






1 
30 






1,200 


1,000 


























West Point 


202 




2 




6,100 


450 


Petites 


184 




1 





4,190 


300 


Harbour le Cou 


249 




3 




8,130 




Diamond Cove 


53 








2,470 






32 








1,690 




Rose Blanche 


170 




1 




10,810 






4 








1,600 
19,720 






388 




41 








286 




5 





16,450 






14 




1 




5,500 




Port aux Basques 


40 




2 




5,320 




509 





410 


180 


18,746 




Channel 


261 


15 


36 




10,450 






120 


6 


33 




1,000 


200 




398 




21 


48 


10,775 
5,100 




Grand Bay East 


262 




28 


2 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



391 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



<v 
«w'cO 

If 

Sffl 



3 3 



Hay 



S g 



OT3 
1 — 1 

u o 

is 

5. ° 



18| 



34| 

I 
49 

3 

182 

9 

2 
3 



.! 

I 

HI 

! 

61 

I 

27| 

H 

1 
2 



3|' 

I 

10 



13 



10 
9 
6 

12 

-f 

2) 
31 



Other 
Fodder 



a 
j) PL, 



*£ 



1 



Grain 






<w,3 
pxi 



.S 

o 



1 
5 



15 



Fruit 



m"0 



BL| (U 







w 


w 


0) 









£ 


„ Jh 


> 

JO PI 


rrant 
osebe 
lions 


h ca 


3 ra 


So 


uoci 



:=! o 
ffljzi 

WO 



Ofc< 



392 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Grand Bay West .. 
Rocky Barachoix . 
Long Grade Farm 

Osborne's 

Cape Ray 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



73 
w 

£ w 

3 3 

Era 



247 

9 

27 

336 

838 



Sri Q 
Oft 

B-S 

3 3 

gra 



15 



30 



Turnips 



"8 

OT 

53 w 



Em 



48 
9 



Effl 



Cabbage 



1 

W 

«H*c3 

35 

Eft 



18 
14 



15 



9,100 
400 
2,240 
1,100 
3,925 



2 
Ecu 



5,500 

1,200 
200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



393 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 












1 












"8 








T3 
0> 




.5 


01 






So 
cas 
2 


•w"t5 




o "» 


O T5 


°3 


o> 


CO 




■SI 


Vi 


w 
o> 

•tH 




53.9 








A HI 


o 


IS 


urrants 
oosebe 
aliens 


fio 


fi-S 




§s 


§« 




c jC 


1 


s r 


=9fl 


CU-tJ 


3 3 


3 3 


3 o 


3 o 




3 3 


r^H ^ 


h to 




Sep 


SCQ 


££ 


£t-< 


SEh 


£W 


M 


CMO 


wO 


uoo 


O&H 






27 
















1 






1 

3 

24 

81 

1 
















1 

i 


















7 


































394 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


T3 




"8 




T) 








T3 


TS 


en 


•v 




«H CS 


*H O 






"w (0 






°« 


o to 


°iS 


°£ 


°tf 


°& 








!i 


!h - 1 


U 


Ui 




Q>™ 


i)£ 


<U w 


at 


QJ w 


QJ W 




42 <D 


■°5 


^a 


.£> 'ij 


,Q H3 


XX T3 




S-S 


£ w 


§£ 


B£ 


BH 


§3 




3 3 


3 3 


3 a 


3 a 


2 5 


5 O 




£cq 


ara 


a« 


&PQ 


£cu 


Sd, 








I - 


! 


! 





District St. George-Port au Port 

Value, $ 

Red Rocks 

Wreck House 

McDougall's Guldh 

St. Andrew's 

Tompkins 

Searston 

Upper Ferry 

Doyles 

Overfall 

South Branch 

O'Regan's 

Great Codroy 

Millville 

Woodville 

Codroy and Cape Anguille 

Middle Barachoix 

Jeffrey's 

St. David's 

St. Fintan's 

Loch Leven 

Highlands 

Codroy Pond 

Five Mile Pool '. 



180,232| 66,359 

I 
126,1621 46,451 



30 

45 

435 

7,140 

6,140 

10,005 

5,556 

666 

4,274 
5,560 

5,565| 
I 

3,009[ 

I 

981| 

8,583 

I 
5,8801 

I 
5,272| 

I 
6,959 

983 
2,046 
4,446 

661 

195 



I 



7,821| 3,999 588,993 420,265 



11,732 5,999 



84 
3,568 
3,471 
7,035 
3,509 
219 

1,670 

3,100 

2,959| 

849| 

I 

2961 

] 
2,5371 

I 
3,520 

2,8551 

3,6581 

300| 

I 

8101 

I 

2,579 

300 

90 



37 
242 
124 
179 
239 
136 



443 

165 

109 

58 

68 

323 

214 

132 

229 

7 

90 

264 



35 



1 



11,780 



I 



22 
144 

43 
113 
184 
110 



335 

59 
34 
21 
35 
86 

182 
60 

147 



25 
180 



20 






100 

1,500 

400 

36,300 

8,750 

500 

4,1001 

I 
4,100 

4,100 

4,000 
300 

8,540 

10,300 

10,900 

17,050 

300 

4,600 
97,690 



8,405 



-I 



1,200 

27,000 
6,900 



1,100 

400 

2,408 

1,500 

142 

1,670 

8.200 

7,500 

11,800 

3,600 
93,800 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1937 



395 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF THE 


LAND 


1934 






Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Plums, Cherries, 
etc., Gallons 

1 


Fruit 




T3 
0) 

w 

•h'ctJ 

S3 

3 3 


X! 0> 


w t/i 

S^'co 
.gS 

cj in 

a « 

Is 


O HZ 

u "o 

S3 

5 ° 


Number of 
Tons Produced 


"8 

XI 
w 
o 

S « 


B 

CO 
u 



*H 
O 

s 


01 

"Eh 

Sh 

la 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


_ fi 

C CO 

.S 3 
Ofc< 


3,814 


861 
646 


6,912 
165,888 


823 

19,752 


230 
4,600 


2,633 
2,106 


1 


1 
752| 

1 
516 


1,452 
1,016 


165 
115 


7,397 


2,861 


1 


888 










15 

12 

37 

25?) 


1 
1 

6 

9 


1 

2 

2 

12 

57 

43 

15 

2 




75 
418 
223 
108 

33 
























50 


105 












153 


Oats 

ii 








48 


6 264 










251 


! ! 
176| 200] 3 

1 1 
132 1 701 3 










174 
4 


Oats 




1 










81 


4 
















1 
1 





32 




19 
34 

2 

\ 

1 

1 

a 


343 


115 


15 

4 
9 
6 
5 
4 
1 






334 

555 

94 

139 








1 





57 
250 

31 

28 
122 

52 


1 
228| 1 

1 
307| 16 

1 
133| 12 
i 1 
I 30] 

1 1 

5191 a 




Oats 
" 




29 
396 
150 


50 




20 


4 








1 











. j i 

501 in R 




1 






1 
4 
4 
6 


25 


I 
| 


| 108 
| 181 
| 24 

73 
| 124 

25 


1 

2 






16 

1 




30 


4 


I 

3 

I 
I 








34 
10 


136 








f 37 




I 
l 










31 




I 

I 


2 


100 


Wheat 




15 
147 




38 


i 




1 

[ 














1 

1 15 


1 





















396 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 

0) 



JS 






Turnips 



■s 



°« 

CD w 

s ^ 



CU CO 

£ffl 



Cabbage 



-a 

cu 



cu w 

So, 



o ° 

(-1 

cu w 

i§ 



North Branch 

Rainy Brook 

Cartyville 

Robinson's 

Robinson's Station . .. 

Heatherton 

Fischell's . .* 

Fisohell's Siding 

Shallop Cove 

Muddy Hole 

Flat Bay 

St. Teresa's 

Journois 

Matt's Point 

Barachoix 

St. George's 

Sandy Point 

Stephenville 

Kippens 

Stephenville Crossing . 

White's Road 

Black Duck 

Island Pool 

Dump Pool 

Jack Burke's 



T 



276 

3,925 

10,766 

1,382 

4,802 

589 

75 

1,044 

1,603 

819 

1,621 

822 

719 

435 

7,339 

2,225 

15,926 

6,318 

2,942 

100 

320 

115 



1801 
2,065 
7,701[ 

840| 

I 
2,679 

116 

148 

195 

6 

327 

58 

42 

138 

1,171 

210 

3,545 

842 

139 

60 



2 

109 

1,323 

210 

256 

155 

10 

18 

68 

14 

98 

21 

12 

20 

306 

62 

499 

202 

118 

110 



63 

1,124 

170 

161 

30 



! 



25 



25 



12 
82 
32 
172 
36 
21 



5,300 

155,800 

7,000 

14,200 

500 

100 

700 

1,500 

1,100 

2,750 

900 

1,580 

150 

19,200 

5,350 

2,500 

1,600 

2,953 

112,000 

500 



3,000 

132,150 

2,000 

7,600 



100 



700 



10,420 
2,500 



89,600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



397 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



"H'rt 



529 



18 
15 



121 



324! 



1,000| 

I 

2121 



£cq 



277 



Hay 






l 

95 

206 

24 

81 

9 

2 

19 

29 

13 

38 

32 

19 

10 

222 

41 

503 

220 

144 

300 

47 

15 



u o 

as 



1 

21 



3 
3 

3 
41 

5 
69 

5; 

I 

21| 

I 

300 

21 

15 



Other 
Fodder 



■a 
-I 

8 a 



Grain 



■8 



.Q oj 



435 



10 



o 



1 



Fruit 



1 q 






100 



20 



&§ 

CO J=| 

h « 



co oi g 

h OP 
3 O CO 

000 



S3 o 

CO pj 

so 

CDS 

5 3 
o£ 



6 

10 



Oats 



Oats 



20 

4 

635 

162 

I 

I 

I 



40 



462 
234 
374 
216 
13 

90 

1,977 

730 



398 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Harry's Brook 

George's Lake 

Spruce Brook 

Howard's 

Port auPort 

Felix Cove 

Goose Pond Road . 
Bellman's Cove . .. 

Aguathuna 

Boswarlos 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



Xz ai 
S in 



3 

.a v 
3 d 



Turnips 



"2 



u 

4) w 

s ^ 
£21 



o o 

CD W 

n 



Cabbage 



T3 
CD 



CD M 

SO. 



210 

36 

264 



120 



6,054 

950 

84 

476 

84 

1,232 



I 



595 

81 
12 
12 



156 



55 


30 


500 


17 




2,350 


266 

28 

2 

13 

2 




85 
3 


3,140 
1,950 











o ° 
u 



1,000 

185 
240 



Romaine's Brook 


1,028 
300 
420 

1,086 


444 
16 
20 
42 


49 
5 

13 
34 


6 


1,500 

800 

1,122 

1,400 




Point au Maul 




Fox Island River 


9 




Campbell's Creek 


400 


Abraham's Cove 


108 

447 


15 






250 
1,850 






16 




150 


Tom Touohe's Cove 


564 
811 


30 


3 
8 




2,050 

1,525 

940 




Ship Cove - 

Lower Cove 


650 


265 




1 






Sheave's Cove 


984 
1,964 


61 
198 


6 
99 


53 






March's Point 


1,897 


500 




153 




13 




100 






881 


9 


31 


4 


1,250 
2,495 




Cape St. George 


2,582 
960 


54 


26 






30 


49 


6 


2,186 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



399 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 


a 


w 




■h o) 


U K 


fc^ 


J3 H 


C en 


3 3 


SM 



o ° 



Sffl 



Hay 






t 1 o 

is 

5 p 



Other 
Fodder 



•»5 



o;Ph 



*S 



Grain 



1 



4) ,™ 

a si 



O 



1 



Fruit 



a) 
<u P 



« PI 



B « O 

5S8 



SO 
fesf 

.C 3 
J? ^ 



121 



60| 

I 

24 



21 

4 

8 

12 

1 

6 

5 

8 

6 

4 

50 

5 

20 

14 

15 



2! 



15 



18 



247 
60 



31 
20 
48 

121 
12 
33 
40 
49 
19 
24 

102 
12 
81 

155 
86 



24 

7 



24 



I 
131 Wheat I 



I 



14 



Wheat 



Wheat 



79 
4 



10| 



34 
6! 



35 



33 
6 

2 







52 


131 








35 


7 





171 



15 
85 

139 

174 
33 
58 
55 

113 
27 
49 
70 
20 
49 

127 
66 



400 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



T3 

in 
*h'c3 






S-S 



Turnips 



■8 






o o 
to 

u 

<u w 

■9 "5 
S u 
5 h 
5 * 
Spq 



Cabbage 



T3 






2 

"go 

si 

SO 



Three Rock Cove 

Salmon Cove 

Lourdes 

Winter House 

Black Duck Brook 

Long Point 

Tea Cove 

West Bay 

West Bay Centre . 
Piccadilly 



840 

213 

1,984 

1,473 

1,162 

456 

240 

969 

1,352 

1,006 



9 
183 
252 

50 



12 

27 

330 

33 



95 

8 

54 

52 

4 

13 

7 

54 

13 

22 



27 



2,700 



3,950 
945 

2,000 
400 
230 
300 

1,950 



20 



500 



300 



200 
830 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



401 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


Number of 
Bushels Raised 


,6 o> 


a g 

<5H 


■H 

o *a 
J5<a 

5 ° 


T3 
01 

1° 


■g 

Xi 
w 

0) 
■Hi 

(S « 
j5 11 

Sen 


.3 
a 

o 

"S 


o> c 


m 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


W 

3 o 
2~ 

So 

Si J? 

OtM 


72 


15/ 81 


4 
11 
15 

2 

2 

12 

2 

2 












4 


144 


15 





24 
123 

93 
102 

30 

12 


2 
4 
3 
5 










62 


1 
24| 4 


8 
2 

71 


Wheat 
Oats 




6 




354 


1 
201 2 




260 


1 
131 




71 


4 


218 


i 
2\ 




91 


31 


5 












79 


1 
2| | 71 




1 






242 


1 
11 1 73 


! 


58 




156 




1 
1 41 






| 


137 





_J 


L_ 




1 




L 





-402 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


■a 

<D 
w 

<H '3 

°m 

6-S 

3. 3 
am 


2 

R w 

am 


"S 

U 

am 


5 ^ 
am 


w 

If 

am 


Number of 
Pounds Sold 


District Humber 


72,668 


10,917 


2,950 


1,116 


280,818 


134,375 


Value, $ 


50,868 


7,642 


4,425 


1,6741 5,616 

i 


2,688 


Kitty's Brook 














Howley 


2,070 


78 


61 


6 


2,900 


100 


Junction Brook 


201 
1,425 




15 
317 


290 






Upper Humber 


690 


5,550 


4,500 


Halcyon 


255 




10 




100 




Nicholsville 


800 




33 




975 




Deer Lake West 


1,892 




28 




1,850 




Lake Siding 


225 
250 
200 
450 












Little Harbour 


4 
2 

4 








Pynn's Brook 








Pasadena 


375 




South Brook 


350 
6,746 


1,016 


3 

83 


25 






Deer Lake 


4,300 


400 


Rocky Brook 




■ 




12 








3,749 


548 




71 


16,400 


4,700 


Corner Brook 


11,494 


1,339 


343 


171 


27,198 


5,700 


Curling 


3,112 


190 


97 


6 


4,865 




Petries 


2,675 


479 


260 


64 


11,500 


2,650 


Georgetown 


1,400 


135 


100 


29 


4,500 


300 


Mount Moriah 


3,152 


195 


168 


29 9,250 


2,000 


Cook's Pond and Siding 


900 


750 


25 


20i 10.000 


10,000 


Cook's Brook 


129 




7 




700 




Halfway Point 


1,284 


159 


74 


45 


103,700 


99,000 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



403 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 


Hay 


Other 
Fodder 


Grain 


Fruit 


■a 

0> 

•h'3 
If 


Soq 


p 


<4H 

S-cO 
C! W 

is 


0) 

Xi 

Is 


-a 
a 

si 

w 

01 
■H.C 

,Q 0) 

15 cq 


.3 


o 

2 


c/f 
0) 

'S« 

CO 

1° 


w 

01 

u 

% » 

£ o 


Currants, 

Gooseberries, 

Gallons 


ir. 

S o 

g to 
CO 

XI 3 

i; ^ 
O fc 


3,087 


377 
283 


I 

1,496 
1 
35,904 


142 
3,408 


21 

420 






5,018 
3,513 


668 

468 


480 
336 


350 


2,315 




42 






























31 


1 1 

1 
1 












30 


2 


















11 




4 
9 
60 
15 
5 
4 
2 
9 












6 






1 
















22 












5 
38 






178 


1 
5 
4 
1 
























400 














250 














650 










100 






100 

50 

















4 












1 
1151 

1 




















77 
470 


2 
150 

30 

2 

! 


60 
42 
54 
87 
29 
97 


4 

4 

10 

12 

3 

15 


4 
10 

5 







217 
130 
1,287 
744 
274 
782 


1 
381 32 

1 
53 55 

25| 70 
1 
5 16 


11 




14 


159 
127 














17 






15 









12 


26 


18 








3 




















9 


44 


1 








255 




15 













404 



CENSUS OF N9WPOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Benoit's Cove 

John's Beach 

Voy's Beaoh 

Frenchman's Cove 

Little Port 

Batteau Cove 

Lark Harbour 

York Harbour '. 

Chimney Cove 

Hughe's Brook 

Irishtown 

Summerside 

Meadows 

Gillam's 

Mclver's 

Brake's Cove 

Cox's Cove 

Penguin Arm 

Goose Arm 

Innismara 

Wood's Island Harbour 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



in 
<h'3 

%£ 



1,900 

162 

369 

1,472 

342 

537 

3,443 

1,038 

811 

54 

704 

2,005 

2,157 

2,879 

5,312 

359 

1,371 



491 
1,079 
3,424 



<H O 



Turnips 



s ^ 
s ^ 



140 

30 

42 

99 

30 

87 

408 

276 

9 



54 
19 
13 
26 
20 



282 

918 

2,523 

57 
115 



55 
169 
189 



90 

100 

25 

2 

13 

43 

76 

304 

199 

62 

66 



23 
41 
69 



a; w 

s ^ 
s ^ 
2 a 
z,m 



14 



10 
61 



20 
196 
101 



I 



Cabbage 



V) 
Si 

5 ° 

2D, 



6,180 
1,600 

700 

600 
1,000 

400 
9,615 
3,500 

235 



2,660 



6,610 



Is 

5 ° 



1,000 

4,550| 

I 

18,7451 



400 



25 
1.90C 



1,950 

6,160! 200 

I 

9,150. 2,000 

2,000 



500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABKADOR, 1935 



405 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



■8 

■h'cS 






86| 

I 

2 

1 

28 

1 

3 

63 

191 

9 



64 
I 

291 



14 



Hay 



Si M 
5 ° 



O t3 

Cj W 



50 



1 

7 

132 

1 



58 

6 

8 

35 

9 

12 

75 

24 

71 

38 

76 

110 

84 
72 
25 
67 



11 



4 
10 
8 
5 
3 



Other 
Fodder 



u 

5 ° 



' Grain 



■8 



p £ 



03 
O 



1 

3 



469 
173 

76 

10 

10 



38 
287 
236 

10 

20 



Fruit 



pa 



Cofl. 
Sou 



26 

29 

20 

8 



. c 

S o 

g to 

« 3 

a <-< 



145 

56 

4 



19 
16 



4 20 

64| 131 

! 
66[ 30 

I 
24 

118 



241 

I 

86| 

90] 



21 



40 



406 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


■8 

w 

XL <V 


V 

i— i 

*M O 


"8 

•h'3 

J3 % 

P n 

3. rt 


■s? 


T3 
01 
W 

o'l 

3 o 


s 

"go 


District of St. Barbe 

Value, $ 


50,161 
35,113 


2,850 
1,995 


1,957 
2,936 


252 
378 


200,090 
4,002 


10,430 
209 


Portland Creek 


502 

1,543 

1,005 

327 

225 

159 

120 

1,642 

246 

54 

489 

495 

284 

42 

99 

63 

111 

102 

322 

118 

240 

807 

453 


30 
3 


20 

32 

38 

11 

4 

2 

9 

55 

4 

9 

5 

17 




2,000 

5,700 

4,450 

2,600 

300 

160 

3,600 

9,490 

1,000 

200 

200 

1,100 

350 

250 
1,200 
1,200 
1,700 
1,100 
1,100 
2,000 

900 




Daniel's Harbour 




Bellburns 




River of Ponds 




Spirity Cove 






King's Cove 


103 
39 

30 






Hawk's Bay 

Port Saunders 

Point Riche 


5 




Old Port au Choix 

Port au Choix : 






Eddie's Cove West 

Tilt Cove 










Doctor's Brook 


i 

1 

1 






45 

7 




Bartlett's Harbour 






Ferrole Point 


2 
5 
2 
5 






New Ferrole 






Shoal Cove West 




Reefs Harbour 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



407 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T) 




<D 




W 


T3 


<h to 


o| 


oX 


S^3 


. .Q 9! 


,Q 0) 


3 3 


J 2} 


Jsm 


'ZCQ 



Hay 



5 ° 



^ o 

5 ° 



Other 
Fodder 



o 

s. ° 



Grain 



■8 



fi B 

H Co 



B 

'3 

o 



s 1 



Fruit 



3 



otO 



B.Q H 
co <D § 

ooc5 



co ^j 
g co 



B 3 
Ofa 



940 
705 



27 



3 

1 
141 



14 
11 



2,3791 



77 



57,0961 1,848 



I I 



37| 

H 

52 1 

22] 

I 

24] 

I 

33j 

I 

7| 

I 

1291 

10| 

I 

12| 
I 

15| 
I 

17) 

41 

I 

2 

12 

9 

91 



I 



1 
261 1 

61 

24| 4 

38 1 

26| 



832 
582 



I 



I 



25 
18 



108| 6,698 

I 
761 804 



27 
323 
162 

26 



365 

5 



14 
33 
68 
10 
35 
15 
85 
25 
27 
60 

189 
99 

105 



408 



C9NSUS OF 'NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



t3 

5 

CO 

■h'S 

a -a 



s«8 

SXi 
G to 



Turnips 



■8 

3 to 
.Q "a! 

S ** 
5 <° 



CD W 

45 "53 
S ^ 



Cabbage 



"8 



CD to 



o ° 

Li 
cu to 

P 
5 ° 



Bird Cove 

Brig Bay 

Plum Point 

Blue Cove 

Pond Cove 

St. Genevieve Bay ... 
Gooseberry Island ... 

Current Island 

Forrest's Tickle 

Black Duck Cove 

Trout River 

Curzon Village 

Woody Point 

Muddy Brook 

Winter House Brook 
St. Joseph's Cove ... 

Shoal Brook 

Silver Point 

Birchy Head 

Silverton 

Gleriburnie ... 

Lomond 

Eastern Arm 

Mill Cove 

Gad's Harbour 



648 
783 
409 
341 

225| 

I 
661 



I 



10 

73 

3 



42 
501 






9 


457 




1 
4 


25 
4,770 


85 




262 


1,677 


30 


18 


1,693 


98 


39 


99 




4 


540 


90 


10 


300 


1 


8 


1,008 


52 


21 


360 




1 


593 


8 


8 


400 




28 


997 


9 


70 


733 


3 


7 


130 
204 
400 






200 
13 


96 



1 

15 
3 



3,200 
3,500 
2,300 
1,700 
400 
1,000 



4,200 

800 

2,500| 

11,900) 

4,250J 

5,550[ 

8001 



I 1,200| 



I 



1,000 
2,800 
1,500 
2,100 
1,700 
6,500 
2,100 



100 
2,000 



600 



20 



100 

500 

2,200 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



409 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



13 

W 
"fc-'ffl 



a -a 






14 

I 

251 



1931 

77| 

I 

66! 



11 

I 
6 

50 

I 
17 

28 

26 

71 

32 

9 
11 



Hay 






sS 



M O 
3 w 

Is 



25; 

27 

19| 

23 

6 

5 

3 

23 

22 

19 

224 

27 

42 

3 

14 

3 

18! 

8 

19 
10 
27 



I 



Other 
Fodder 



«5 



IS 



Grain 



1 



5 ™ 



a 

CO 

o 



1 

2 



Fruit 



w"0 






M 



£ o 
is « 



3 O co 
OOCJ 



134 

182 

33 

163 

115 

95 

7 

82 

3 

3 



18 



cos 



481 

3 ! 

41 



I6 | 

31 

l 

1\ 

13 



140 
190 
18 
53 
42 
12 
7 
73 
32 
24 



410 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



Wild Cove 

Rocky Harbour 

Bear Cove 

Woody Cove 

Lobster Cove Head 

Lobster Cove 

Baker's Brook 

Green Point 

Sally's Cove 

Martin's Point...: .... 

Broom Point 

St. Paul's 

Cow Head 

Belldown's Point ... 
Three Mile Rock 

Parson's Pond 

Pigeon Cove . 

St. BarbeBay 

Anchor Point 

Deadman's Cove 

Bear Cove 

Chamber's Island ... 
Seal Point 





PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


CD 




•n 




t3 

CU 






CO 


•n 


w 


T3 




■0 




«M Cti 


«w o 


*y 3 


"" 'Ti. 


"H Q 


°is 




°tf 


o« 


°& 


°& 


°K 








u 


u 




Sh 




i>™ 


cD £ 


0) w 


(0 vt 


QJ W 


<L) « 




,Q <L> 


XI cu 


■ Q, 3 


.a X 


^"S 


^'C 




£•3 


s-s 


§£ 


§S 


^ : ^ 




3 3 


3 3 


3 3 


3 to 


3 g 1 3 g 




£« gcq 


Soq £m 


SCU £0< 


Neddie's Harbour ; 


899 84 
3,431| 446 


46 
81 


1 
18| 2,800 

1 
20| 14,900] 




Norris Point 


1,700 






162 




897 


21 


54 




30 





709| 

2,751 

960 

3091 

60 1 

I 

6031 

2551 

162 

897 

54 

30 

866 

2,635 

294 

53 

2,157 

84 

30 

611 

114 

250 

78 

84 



141 
464 

65 
39 



I 



I 



183 

121 



31 
213 

50 
14 

3 
34 

5 
10 
36 



27 
132 

12 



85, 



21 
78 
10 
16 
115 
3 



60 

1 
1 



87| 

I 
51 



30 



2,100 

7,900 

1,500 

500 

200 

540 

200 

330 

2,010 



I 



1,100 
5,105 
150 
150 
2,550 
1,000 

8,800 
1,300 
1,875 
200 
1,500 



710 



200 



300 



100 
550 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



411 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



<y a 
X! a) 

SB 



S.2I 



Hay 



O 0) 

S3 
^ '3 

P 



O T3 
S-J O 



Other 
Fodder 



5 ° 



Grain 



T3 
<D 



X! <u 

£cq 



.9 

CO 

o 



■g 

3 



Fruit 



s .. 
cut; 







M 


n 


a; 


CD 






j-r 


„ tH 


Ph 




P o 


rrant 
osebe 
lions 


co jU 


i3 a] 


3 o co 


UOO 



S o 
co p< 
g cfl 

0) « 

Oh 



24 
93 
18 
69 
24 
3 
6 



14| 

56j 

I 
19 

73 

29 
8 
3 

20 
6 
8 

35 
5 
5 

51 

156 

I 

6| 

8| 

I 

181| 

4| 

2| 

I 

61 

18 

12 

8 

32 



40 
50 
35 

577 
10 



201 

17 



199 



80 
55 
15 
87 
65 



412 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 





PRODUCTS OF 


THE LAND, 1934 




Potatoes 


Turnips 


Cabbage 


SETTLEMENTS 


Ui 

°« 
&£ 

C vi 
3 3 


2 

«M Q 

ofo 

Km 


■8 

■2*3 
5 '-i 


O) « 

E S 
5 ^ 


T3 

CD 
w 

«h'c0 

QJ CO 

Jit) 

^ ° 

So, 


o° 

°w 

u 

■S "2 
E S 

2 ° 

£Ph 


Flower's Cove 


498 




45 


4 


16,400 




Nameless Cove 


184 

36 

217 




6 




3,350 

200 

2,550 




Mistaken Cove 




Savage Cove 


4 




200 


Sandy Cove 


633 
324 
381 


28 
66 


10 
1 




3,900 
400 
200 




Shoal Cove 




Poyne's Cove 






Green Island Cove 


1,009] 126 


23 


1 


4,200 


1,450 


Lower Cove 


96| 


9 




880 


500 


i 
Green Island Brook | 


783 


6 


6 




700 






450 

78 
247 


18 
10 
70 


5 

9 

19 


2 

14 


2,500 

4,700 




1 
Four Mile Cove I 




Big Brook 

1 


1,300 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



413 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



■a 

D 

m 

•h'3 
°« 

e-s 

Km 



o ° 



Hay 



as 



Ot3 

r 1 

»3 ° 



65 
26 

6 
29 
40 
22 
14 
48 

5 
41 
31 

6 
141 



Other 
Fodder 



-I 



sS 



Grain 



■8 






.3 

a 
O 






Fruit 



15 



S 



3 o a 

oc5b 



S o 
SO 

Ofn 



657 

90 

20 

305 

250 

97 

77 

400 

105 

315 

487 

50 

145 



414 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Labrador 

Value, $ 

L'anse au Clair 

Forteau 

L'Anse Amour 

L'Anse au Loup 

L'Anse au Diable 

Capstan Island 

West St. Modeste 

Pinware 

East St. Modeste 

Carrot's Cove 

Red Bay 

Fry's Cove 

Barge Bay 

Henley Harbour 

Fishing Ships Harbour,. 

George's Cove 

Square Islands 

Snug Harbour 

Triangle 

Venison Islands 

Cartwright 

Separation Point 

Muddy Bay 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 






5 3 



3,721 
2,605 



Ot/1 
3 3 



Turnips 



■g 



CD w 



471 
159 
625 
171 

75 
115 
151 

33 



440 
55 
61 



24 
157 



68 
102 






Cabbage 



u 

11 

52,568 
1,051 



1,560 

200 

1,750 



600 
200 
500 

50 



I 



4,1501 



5 
400 



350 
400 
500 
650 
1,300 



1 



o ° 

<p to 

|§ 
5 ° 
SO- 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



415 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



T3 
0) 
w 

•° Si 
B-S 



n ° 



Hay 



o <" 

as 
s ° 



22 
17 



O-tJ 



Other 
Fodder 



T3 
CJ 

5 ° 



Grain 



01 



.Q 0> 



g 
'3 

O 



■s 

s 



Fruit 



el 



0) 



to p| 

So 



o60 



SO 
Oh 



I I 

i !i 



:i::i 



■ I 



416 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Indian Harbour 

Independent 

Packs Harbour 

West Bay 

Turner's Bight 

Mullin's Cove 

Cunningham Tickle . 
Cunningham Bight ,. 

John's Point 

Lester's Point 

Grassy Cove 

Little Harbour 

Hannoick 

Mulliock 

Pearl River 

Mulligan 

N. W. Island 

Sebasquasto 

Butter and Snow 

N. W. River 

Mud Lake 

Goose Bay 

Kenemish 

Grand Lake 

Rigolet 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Potatoes 



<h a 

a« 



4 
64 
68 



<H O 

o w 

53^2 

,Q 01 
B W 

3 3 

acq 



Turnips 


■s 




tn 


T3 




<M r-* 


°K 


op 






QJ W 


0> « 


■S'S 


■2* 


S to 

3 to 




acq 


am 



25 

7 

12 

14 

25 

100 

632 

88 

42 

45 

12 

26 



1 
4 
24 
1 
6 



Cabbage 



°s 

a) w 

,QT3 

aa, 



1,000 
200 
400 

1,400 
3 



400 
200 
600 



1,300 

300 

300 

800 

1,500 

600 

20,750 

3,400 

4,200 

1,000 

200 

1,400 



o 2 

to 

a) w 

aa, 



NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



417 



Table 9. Products of the Land, by Settlements 



PRODUCTS OF THE LAND, 1934 



Other 
Vegetables 



% 



«h re 

XI 4> 
H xn 






Hay 



o <" 
5 ° 



Ot3 

i — i 

tr< O 

5 ° 



12 
6 

l 



Other 
Fodder 



-a 

01 

o 
XI 

a 



Grain 



■8 



01 

•sg 



.3 

re 
O 



2 



Fruit 



|a 

£ o 

So 



.*• 

'C 

if a! 

3 o re 
OOO 



PS o 

"PS 

«o 

St!" 



I 



Table 10. Number Livestock, Livestock Products and Furs, 1857 - 1935 



LIVE STOCK, ETC. 



Horses 

Ponies 

Milch Cows 

Steers and 1 

Bulls j 

All other Horned Cattle 

Swine 

Goats 

Sheep 

Poultry 

Milk Produced, gallons ... 

*Butter Produced, lbs 

Eggs, dozens 

Furs 



1857 



No. 
3,509 

6,924 
12,962 



10,737 



1869 



No. 
3,764 

6,446 
7,295 

19,081 

6,417 

23,044 



1874 



No. 
4,057 

7,273 
6,662 

22,955 

6,910 

28,766 



CENSUS YEARS 



1884 



No. 
5,536 

8,040 
11,845 

21,555 

7,934 

40,326 



1891 



No. 
6,139 

10,867 
12,961 



32,023 

8,715 

60,853 

127,631 



1901 



1911 



No. 
8,851 

14,165 
18,602 

34,679 

17,355 

78,052 

207,151 



No. 
13,288 

18,202 
13,786 

19,321 

14,652 

75,439 

304,790 

3,363,102 

659,735 

1,013,149 

11,473 



1921 



No. 
16,340 

18,024 
9,697 



14,573 

14,240 

86,732 

242,673 

8,198,079 

574,547 

1,091,617 

3,771 



1935 



No. 
5,658 
9,025 

14,466 

1,584 
728 

7,551 

8,476 

15,071 

88,05G 

386,824 

4,127,439 

600,998 

1,294,413 

23,471 



*Does not include butter made toy Manufacturing Companies. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



419 



Table 11. Value of Livestock, Etc., 1935 



LIVESTOCK, ETC. 



Horses 

Ponies 

Milch Cows 

Steers 

Bulls 

Other Horned Cattle 
Swine 



Value 



570,925 
443,820 
870,800 
79,200 
37,825 
188,775 
168,490 



LIVESTOCK, ETC. 



Goats ... 
Sheep .. 
Poultry- 
Milk ... 
*Butter . 
Eggs ... 
Furs ... 



Value 



107,106 
542,215 
348.553 
1,650,977 
180,899 
438,732 
128,804 



*Does not include value of butter made by manufacturing companies. 



420 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 





HORSES 


PONIES 


DISTRICTS 


co 

u 
a 

CD 
CM 


w 
u 

CO 
CD 

tx 

CN 


CO 

u 

cd 

CD 

!* 

CM 


to 
u 


W 

!h 
CO 
CD 

CM 


CO 

u 

CO 
CD 
> 
CM 

Sh 
CD 

<5 

CO 

C 

_o 

"a, 
+-> 


CO 

u 
a 
a 

CM 




Sh 

> 

O 

in 
0) 

u 

s 


> 

o 

CO 

a 
o 

ra 
to 


Sh 
CD 
> 
O 

CO 
CD 
CO 

O 

X 


CO 

111 

O v 
_h *& 

S El 


Sh 
CD 
> 

o 

CO 

CD 
n 

CO 


u 

CD 
> 

o 

w 
CD 
CO 

u 
o 

K 


Newfoundland — 

Value, $ 


2,316 
231,600 


81 
19,350 


3,015 
301,500 


245 
18,375 


3,500 
175,000 


194 
14,550 


4,717 
235,850 


Labrador — 

Number 


1 
100 














Value, $ 
























Total- 
Number 

Value, $ 


2,317 
231,700 


81 
19,350 


3,015 
301,500 


245 
18,375 


3,500 
175,000 


194 
14,550 


4,717 
235,850 


White Bay- 
Number 

Value, $ 


1 
100 




4 
400 


1 
75 


53 

2,650 


9 

675 


27 
1,350 


Green Bay — 

Number 

Value, $ 


59 
5,900 


4 
1,000 


101 
10,100 


7 
525 


79 
3,950 


19 

1,425 


119 
5,950 


Grand Falls- 
Number 

Value, $ 


93 
9,300 


1 

250 


139 
13,900 


15 
1,125 


143 
7,150 


21 
1,575 


131 
6,550 


Twillingate — 

Value, $ 


27 
2,700 




54 
5,400 


5 
375 


196 
9,800 


13 

975 


107 
5,350 


Fogo — 

Number 

Value, $ 


107 
10,700 


4 

1,000 

1 


106 
10,600 


7 
525 


146 
7,300 


11 

S25 


179 
8,950 


Bonavista North — 

Value, $ 


53 
5,300 


5 
1,250 


100 
10,000 


10 
750 


65 
3,250 


6 

450 


67 
3,350 


Bonavista South — 

Number 

Value, $ 


97 
9,700 


2 
500 


115 
11,500 


5 
375 


205 
10,250 


8 
600 


237 
11,850 


Trinity North — 

Number 

Value, $ 


100 
10,000 


1 
250 


158 
15,800 


16 
1,200 


236 

11,800 


10 
750 


395 
19,750 


Trinity South- 
Value, $ 


138 
13,800 


3 

750 


180 
18,000 


2 
150 


225 
11,250 


5 

375 


230 
11,500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



421 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


1 
STEERS 


CO 

O 


BULLS 


SWINE 




















w 
u 

S fi 


0) 

CO 
U 


1 

■s 

3 
a, 


CD 
60 

< 

O 

w 

^< 
to 

01 
>H 
CM 


T3 
cu 

o b 

W2 

o 

T3 

3 G 


-a 

CO 

& 


T3 

9 
2 

a. 


60 

a 

TS 

<u 

CU 

u 

m 

o 

C/3 

o 


u 

CO 

o 


60 

o 


614 
18,420 


14,347 
860,820 


71 
7,100 


1,581 
79,050 


7,549 
133,725 


703 
35,150 


19 

2,375 


1,983 
49,625 


1,447 
43,410 


5,044 
75,400 




48 
2,880 




3 

150 


2 

50 


6 

300 




1 

25 


1 

30 








614 
18,420 


14,395 
863,700 


71 
7,100 


1,584 
79,200 


7,551 
188,775 


709 
35,450 


19 
2,375 


1,984 
49,650 


1,448 
43,440 


5,044 
75,400 


3 
90 


224 
13,440 


27 
2,700 


3 

150 


146 
3,650 


3 

150 


2 
250 


51 
1,275 


22 
660 


15 
225 


43 


249 
14,940 




52 
2,600 


180 
4,500 


25 
1,250 




136 
3,400 


73 
2,190 

216 

6,480 


12] 


1,290 




1,815 

412 
6,180 


42 
1,260 


209 
12,540 




61 
3,050 


118 
2,950 


12 
600 




285 
7,125 


37 


458 
27,480 

365 
21 900 




20 
1,000 

4 
200 


253 
6,325 


21 
1,050 




396 

9,900 


265 
7,950 


1,281 


1 110 




19,215 

620 
9,300 

169 


55 
1,650 

15 




244 
6,100 

28 
700 


20 
1,000 




283 
7,075 


185 
5,550 


85 
5,100 




25 
1,250 


11 

550 




240 
6,050 


253 
7,590 


450 




2,475 


26 
780 

80 
2,400 


635 
38,100 

607 
36,420 


2 
200 


33 
1,650 

13 
650 


415 
10,375 

486 
12,150 


52 
2,600 




114 
2,850 


92 
2,760 


468 
7,020 

109 
1,635 


11 
1,100 


7 
350 


2 
250 


45 
1,125 


36 
1,080 


25 
750 


347 
20,820 




10 
500 


222 
5,550 


30 
1,500 




37 
925 


24 
720 


106 
1,590 









422 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 





HORSES 


PONIES 


DISTRICTS 


w 

u 
a 

CU 
CM 


m 

U 
IS 

IN 


W 

u 

IN 


w 

u 


w 
u 
at 

<1> 

CM 


CO 

u 

CIS 

cu 

CM 

^1 


Cfl 

Sh 
CO 
CU 

!* 

CM 




cu 

> 
o 

m 

CD 
U 
CO 


> 

o 

W 

a 
_o 


U 
CU 

> 

o 

w 

0) 

03 

u 


cu 

■a si 
o S 


u 

CD 

> 

o 

w 

<U 
u 

CB 


o 

r— 1 


CU 

> 

O 

w 

0) 
03 

u 


Carbonear-Bay de Verde — 

Number 

Value, $ 


221 
22,100 


3 

750 


214 
21,400 


i 

525 


202 
10,100 


2 
150 


595 
29,750 


Harbour Grace — 

Value, $ 


45 
4,500 


3 

750 


79 
7,900 


4 
300 


185 
9,250 


4 
300 


334 
16,700 


Port de Grave — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Harbour Main-Bell Island — 

Value, $ 


62 
6,200 




108 
10,800 


5 
375 


228 
11,400 




346 
17,300 


216 

21,600 


1 

250 


412 
41,200 


16 
1,200 


330 

16,500 


2 

150 


406 
20,300 


St. John's West — 

Value, $ 


139 
13,900 


2 
500 


315 
31,500 


24 
1,800 


45 
2,250 


2 
150 


94 
4,700 


St. John's East — 

Value, $ 


164 
16,400 


4 
1,000 


224 
22,400 


36 

2,700 


220 
11,000 


2 

150 


152 
7,600 


Ferry land — 

Value, $ 


26 
2,600 


3 

750 


47 
4,700 


2 
150 


258 
12,900 


4 
300 


432 
21,600 


Placentia and St. Mary's— 
Value, $ 


108 
10,800 


6 
1,500 


76 
7,600 


23 

1,725 


251 
12,550 


u 

825 


311 
15,550 


Placentia West — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Burin — • 

Value, $ 


36 
3,600 




80 
8,000 


10 
750 


31 

1,550 

98 
4,900 


15 
1,125 

13 
975 


61 

3,050 


9 
900 


1 
250 


69 
6,900 


2 

150 


216 
10,800 


Fortune Bay-Hermitage — 
Value, $ 


63 
6,300 


14 
3,500 


20 
2,000 


1 

75 


12 
600 


4 
300 


5 
250 


Burgeo-LaPoile — 


10 
1,000 


5 
1,250 


7 
700 




18 
900 


6 

450 


5 


Value, $ 




250 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



423 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 





iCOWIS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


CD 
CO 

U 


BULLS 


SWINE 




















w 
u 

CO 

<u 
O a) 


CO 


T3 
CD 
u 

■8 

Ph 


CD 
BO 
< 

O 

W 
U 

co 
cu 

IN 


CD 

O o> 


CD 
CO 


T3 

CD 

■s 


a 
% 

CD 
U 

m 

Sh 

o 

CO 

•s 

o 
t/2 


w 

Sh 
CO 
O 

w 

23 
690 


CO 

u 
CD 

O 


21 


749 
44,940 




18 
900 


624 
15,600 


1 

75 
3,750 

15 
750 




14 
350 


74 


630 




1,110 


35 


227 
13,620 




14 
700 


161 
4,025 

206 




25 
625 


28 
840 


100 


1,050 




1,500 
45 


24 


372 




6 


5 




13 


14 


720 


22,320 




300 


5,150 


250 




325 


420 


575 


36 


979 


2 


15 


336 


4 


4 


81 


30 


428 


1,080 


58,740 


200 


750 


8,400 


200 


500 


2,025 


900 


6,420 


4 


1,017 




12 


208 


18 




41 


22 


245 


120 


61,020 

981 
58,860 




600 


5,200 

357 
8,925 


900 




1,025 

11 

275 


660 


3,675 
209 


24 




21 
1,050 


28 
1,400 




16 
480 


720 




3,135 
14 


16 


708 
42,480 

1,378 
82,680 

359 




3 

150 

35 


72 
1,800 

739 


17 
850 

90 











480 









210 


22 


4 




1 


7 


80 


660 


400 


1,750 
8 


18,475 


4,500 




25 


210 


1,200 
15 


11 




170 


17 


1 


6 


7 


330 


2,540 




400 


4,250 


850 


125 


150 


210 


225 


16 


854 
51,240 

403 
24 180 




313 
15,650 


376 
9,400 


22 
1,100 




14 
350 


31 
930 


57 


480 






855 






117 
5,850 


188 
4,700 


35 
1,750 





10 
250 


16 

480 


5 






75 




88 
5,280 




5 
250 


26 
650 


3 

150 




4 
100 


3 

90 


24 








360 











424 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 





HORSES 


PONIES 


DISTRICTS 


co 

u 
CO 
o 

CM 

U 

cu 

> 


co 

CO 

CD 

CM 

*h 

cu 

> 
o 


CO 

CO 
CU 
>H 

CM 

Ch 
CD 


CO 

u 

CO 
CU 


2 

CO 

cu 

u 
cu 
> 


CO 

u 

CO 
CU 

!* 

CM 

u 

CU 

a 


CO 

u 

a 
cu 

CM 

0) 

> 




O 

CO 

cu 
ctt 

s 


CO 

B 
O 

"co 


O 

CO 
CD 
CO 

s 


All Othe 
Under 2 


Mares O 


CO 


W 


O 

CO 
CU 
CO 

u 
o 

s 


St. George-Port-au-Port 
















Number 


277 


7 


269 


30 


65 


4 


53 


Value, $ 


27,700 


1,750 


26,900 


2,250 


3,250 


300 


2,650 


Humber — 
















Number 


247 


7 


120 


14 


109 


12 


126 


Value, $ 


24,700 


1,750 


12,000 


1,050 


5,450 


900 


6,300 


St. Barbe — 


















18 


5 


18 


3 


100 


11 


89 


Value, $ 


1,800 


1,250 


1,800 


225 


5.000 


825 


4,450 


Labrador — 


















1 














Value, $ 


100 

























CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



425 



Table 12. Livestock by Districts 



0) 



|COW!S OVER 


2 YEARS 




1 




Sh 


01 


43 


13 


CD 


CO 


u 


tn 


3 


o 


eu 



STEERS 



CD 

< 



Is 
O 



(J CD 

pi a 



BULLS 



CD 
T3 



T3 
CD 

U 

■8 

Sh 
3 
PL, 



SWINE 



tun 



pq 



£ 



o 






CD 
4= 



7 
210 



43 
1,290 

■ 29 

870 



1,668 
100,080 



563 
33,780 



822 
49,320 

48 
2,880 



24 
2,400 



1 
100 



404 
20,200 



187 
9,350 



202 
10,100 



3 
150 



1,172 
29,300 



219 

5,475 



603| 
15,0751 

2 
50 



83 
4,150 



63 
3,150 

47 
2,350 



6 
300 



10 
1,250 



71 
1,775 


281 
840 


84 
2,100 


45 
1,350 


21 
525 


11 
330 


1 
25 


1 
30| 



315 
4,725 



1,320 



44 
560 



426 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


CO 

u 
a 

CD 

i» 

CO 

> 
o 

W 

1) 

u 
ca 

s 


w 

u 
a 
<u 

i* 

CN 

> 

o 

1 

n 
35 


CO 

u 
a 

CD 

t* 

CM 

U 
11 

to 
o 

CO 

o 

« 


All Others 
Under 2 Years 


CO 

CO 
<U 
>H 
CN 

ID 

> 

o 

CO 

01 

u 
a 


CO 

u 
a 

CD 

:* 

CM 

U 
<U 

a 

CO 

C 
O 


CO 

u 
a 
a> 
>< 

CM 

U 

CD 

> 
O 

CO 
CD 
CO 

(h 

o 


District White Bay 

Value, $ 


i 

100 




4 
400 


1 
75 


53 
2,650 


9 
675 


27 
1,350 


LaScie . 






1 


1 


12 




13 


Brent's Cove 






1 


Ming's Bight 
























6 

15 
1 


2 


o 


Fleur-de-Lys 










4 












Pacquet 

Wild Cove 










3 


1 

































2 
1 


1 


























1 












2 
1 






Pumbley Cove 

Purbecks Cove 

Pound Cove 

George's Cove 
































1 












3 

1 






i 










2 










1 
























2 
1 


1 



























CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



427 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


4> 


BULLS- 




SWINE 












-*-» 




















CO 




















O 
































w 






<D 


£ s 






■R 






a 






BO 
< 


















■c 


O 


n* 




13 






bo 


O <u 


CO 


S-H 

•8 

3 


W 

CO 


43" 


<u 

■73 

CO 


4) 

■8 

3 


o 
w 


w 

u 
CO 
O 


Pm 

<u 

45 


<D 


o 


Oh 


eg 


«Ct3 





Ph 


ffl 


EQ 


O 


3 


224 


27 


3 


146 


7 


2 


51 


22 


15 


90 


13,440 


2,700 


150 


3,650 

1 


350 


250 


1,275 


660 


225 




12 






1 


3 




2 


4 


7 

















1 








3 

4 














1 










1 




















3 


1 
4 






















1 




1 








1 
1 














1 






3 






3 














1 


1 














1 
















3 


2 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 






2 






1 






















1 


1 






3 






2 




































1 







428 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 







HORSES 






PONIES 














CO 








u 








u 








CO 


CO 






CO 


CO 






<u 






(h 


CD 


Sh 




CO 

CD 


>* 


CO 
CD 




CO 
(LI 


i* 


CO 
CD 




>> 


CM 


!* 




f* 


CN 


S» 


SETTLEMENTS 


IN 


u 


CM 


CO 

in 


CN 


CD 


CM 




CD 

> 


> 

o 


CD 

> 


<D 


CD 
> 


> 

o 


CD 
> 




O 

w 

CD 


co 

a 

o 


o 

CO 
CD 


O <u 


o 
s 


CO 

a 
p 


o 

CO 
CD 










T3 










etf 


CO 


O 


s e 


CO 




O 




§ 


s 


X 


<D 


s 


w 


X 


Sop's Island . . 














1 


Jackson's Arm 











1 


3 


1 



Canada Harbour 

Wild Cove, Canada B. 

Englee 

Groais Island 

Conche 

Croque 

Main Brook 

Locks Cove 

Ireland Bight 

Goose Cove 

St. Anthony Bight 

St. Carol's 

Great Braha 

St. Anthony 

St. Lunaire 

Griquet 

Quirpon 

Lance au Meadow 

Hay Cove 

Spillars Cove 

Noddy Bay 

Cape Onion 

Raleigh 



I I 



1 1 
1 1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



429 



Table 13. Livestock 



u 

a 

01 

OS 

<t3 



(COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



01 
T3 





2 

1 

7 
4 
42 
1 
1 
3 

3 
4 
2 
4 

20 
3 
9 
5 
3 
2 
4 
1 
2 

14 



■8 



STEERS 



22 



<u 

bo 



as 

u 

% 

% 2 

0) 

s 



[M 



01 
T3 

!=l d 



6 

2 
18 
1 
2 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
7 
1 

15 
5 
4 
1 
3 
3 
5 

16 



BULLS 



CD 
T3 
CO 

5 



Eh 

■6 

3 

a, 



SWINE 



00 



PQ 



o 

m 



25 





bo 








a, 


w 


Sh 


n 


01 


CO 


J3 







cq 


O 



430 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 














CO 








Sh 








h 








rt 


w 






CO 


01 






QJ 


S-f 




Sh 


<D 






CO 


!* 


CO 
HI 




CO 


>H 


CO 
4) 




S* 


<N 


^ 




>H 


eg 


I* 


SETTLEMENTS 


<N 




CM 


CO 

1-c 


CN 


CD 


IN 




14 

> 


> 

O 


u 

01 


<U 


CD 
> 


(5 


> 




o 




6 


.S" 


o 


cfl 
S3 


o 




01 


p 


CD 


o S 


8 


O 

3 


0) 




CO 

s 


CO 


O 




l 


w 


O 

H 


Cooks Harbour 
















Boat Harbour 
















Cape Norman 
















Wild Bight 
















Cape Bauld 
















Lance au Pigeon 

































NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAJSTD AND LABRADOR, 1935 



431 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


5 


BULLS 


SWINE 




























CO 




















O 




















T) 






60 














0> 






g 












M 








3 






2>h 




T3 


O 


11 PO 




•o 








O D 


0) 

to 


■8 

u 

3 


CO 

Sh 
CO 
0) 
>H 
CM 


OS 

3£ 


01 
CO 

C5 


33 

* 
1 


o 

CO 

o 


CO 
CO 

o 
pq 


s 

<u 
O 




32 
9 

2 
9 

1 

1 






26 
9 






8 








































6 
1 




1 






















































432 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Green Bay 

Value, $ 

Point of Bay 

Charles Brook 

Waldrons Cove 

Fortune Harbour 

Spencer's Cove 

Rowsell's Cove 

Moores Cove 

Cottrell's Cove 

South East Arm 

Point Leamington 

Paradise and Bobby's Arm . 

Leading Tickles East 

Leading Tickles West 

Glover's Harbour 

Lock's Harbour 

Winterhouse Cove 

Jim's Cove 

Cards Harbour 

Triton East 

Triton West 

Brighton Island 

Head's Harbour 

Pilley's Island 



CO 

0) 



> 
O 



59; 

5,900| 



HORSES 



CO 



> 

O 



re 
!/2 



O 



o 



CO 
CD 

I" 

o 5 

n a 

<£3 



PONIES 



CO 



> 

o 



CO 



CO 

w 



4 
1,000 



101 
10,100 



7 
525 



79 
3,950 : 



19 
1,425 



10 
3 



> 

O 



119 
5,950 



2 

2 
26 



10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1931 



433 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


All Other Horned Cattle 
Under 2 Years 


BULLS 


SWINE 


W 

Sh 
CO 

O o> 
^^ 


73 

CD 

5 


73 
01 

Sh 

■s 


< 

o 
w 

Sh 

a 

<L> 
CM 


01 
CO 

5 


■s 

Jh 

3 

a, 


I 

01 

u 

m 

Sh 
O 

W 

O 

03 


w 

Sh 
CO 



pq 


■■H 

Ch 

Sh 
01 

o 


43 


249 
14,940 




52 
2,600 


180 
4,500 


25 
1,250 




106 
3,400 


73 
2,190 


121 


1,290 




1,815 












6 
3 

5 
40 
1 
1 
6 
8 
9 
15 
6 
1 
1 
5 






2 
4 
3 

38 
1 
1 

10 
8 
6 

14 
4 
1 
1 
1 










20 


2 














25 


















1 




6 


6 




18 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
42 
14 


5 

1 
1 
5 
5 
5 
1 
















1 










1 
6 
8 
20 
1 
1 
1 




3 

1 








9 




2 
1 
1 




3 


5 




13 






2 














• 


3 

2 
4 
2 


6 

1 
2 

1 


2 






2 

1 


























1 






































1 
















2 

1 


2 
1 








2 
1 
1 
3 








1 


























4 




3 


3 






3 


16 


1 










■um-,— ..--.-' 


=» ' 


*»'-"' 















434 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


co 

u 
CTJ 
CD 

\» 

CM 

CD 

> 
O 

to 

<L> 
U 
erj 


Stallions Over 2 Years 


CO 

u 
a 

CD 

CM 

U 
CD 
> 

o 

CO 
CD 
CO 

s 


All Others 
Under 2 Years 


Mares Over 2 Years 


CO 

5j 

CD 

>< 

CM 

u 

CO 

a 

o 

w 


CO 

u 

S" 
CD 

!* 

CN 

c3 
> 
O 

CO 

CD 

w 
o 


Roberts Arm 






1 

13 
4 
2 
6 
6 
6 
1 
1 










Port Anson 






1 






i 


Miles Cove 








i 


Paddock's Bight 












Wellman's Cove ... 










Lushes Bight 












Beaumont South 










i 


Beaumont North 












Little Bay Islands 






1 






South Brook 










Beachy Cove 




1 
1 


1 
18 










Springdale 

Dock Cove 


n 


4 


18 


l 


8 


St. Patricks 








6 




5 


Nobles Cove 











1 


Shoal Arm I 














3 


Ward's Harbour 






1 
1 

1 




1 
1 
3 






Woodford's Cove 


i 






Little Bay 




1 


Wild Bight 






3 


Southern Arm 






1 
2 
1 
3 






1 


2 


Three Arms 


2 

1 
9 
2 










Kings Cove 




1 




Harry's Harbour 




4 


2 


Nickey's Nose Cove 










i 
< 


1 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



435 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



to 

u 

CO 

01 
to >1 

A 1 



!CN 



OS 



a 



01 



■8 



STEERS 



M 



CO 

U 
o> 



a. 



itN 



o 



CD 

■a 



BULLS 



CO 
5 



<D 



3 



SWINE 



60 

=3 



CQ 



o 





m 




Uh 


w 


tH 


u 


a) 


CO 


A 


o 




« 


O 



12 

1 
4 

1 
1 



2 
1 
3 
11 
2 
1 



10 



1 
18 



17 



19 



18 



19 



436 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



Langdon's Cove ... 
Jackson's Cove . ... 

Silverdale 

Birchy Cove 

Mansfield Point 

King's Point 

Bulley's Cove 

Rattling Brook 

Middle Arm 

Burlington 

Smith's Harbour ... 
Stocking Harbour . 

Rouge Harbour 

Nipper's Harbour . 

Tilt Cove 

Shoe Cove Brook.. 



HORSES 





a 


u 


0) 


a 


>H 


>h 


IM 


IN 


<D 


Sh 


> 


> 


O 


O 


a 




o 


u 


a 


a 


cO 



w 



CO 
CD 



0) 

> 

O 



X 





y 


a 


a 


s^ 


.3" 


O S 


X) 


a « 


<£ 1 



!h 

CO 
0) 



0) 

> 
O 



CO 

s 



PONIES 



CO 



CO 



> 

o 



X 



2 
1 

1 
1 
5 
5 
6 
3 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 



NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have beeen omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



437 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


CO 

U 

6 S3 
5 « 


BULLS 


SWINE 


W 

Jh 
CO 
CD 

oa 

75 


CD 


73 
cl) 

■8 

PL, 


tm 

<! 

o 

w 
^1 

cd 

CD 
!* 
CM 


CD 

75 

? 

<3 


73 
CU 

3 
PL, 


CUD 

■iH 
f-H 

PQ 

u 
o 

CO 

(S 
o 
S3 


to 

u 
CO 
o 

PQ 


CO 

tm 
O 
























10 

i 






17 

1 
1 






1 


1 


































i 

6 
2 
11 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
















2 




1 
1 


4 
1 
2 






2 
1 
3 


4 








1 
1 










6 






1 














1 












































1 






























1 






1 

















































438 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HOR 




w 




u 




(B 


u 


(U 


a 


1* 


> 


eg 


CO 




h 


> 


> 


O 


o 


en 

a 







0) 


"~i 






a 


ca 


§ 


&Q 



OS 

CD 



0) 

> 
O 



o 

w 






O <U 



PONIES 



> 
O 



a 

o 

la 
W 



0) 

> 
O 



o 



District Grand Falls . . 

Value, $ 

Gaff Topsail 

Millertown 

Millertown Junction . . 

Buchans Junction 

Rushy Pond 

Grand Falls 

Grand Falls Station .. . 

Bishop's Falls 

Peter's Arm 

Botwood ... 

Northern Arm 

Phillip's Head 

Sandy Point 

Glenwood 

Badger 

Notre Dame Junction .. 

Norris Arm 

Little Rattling Brook . 

Indian Point 

Burnt Arm 

Laurenceton 

Porterville 



93 

>,300| 



19 

5 

17 



21 



11 



I 



1 
250 



139 
13,900 



15 
1,125 



143 
7,150 



21 
1,575 



2 
46 

2 
34 

7 
12 

2 



5 

19 
13 

17 

19 

6 

1 



131 
6,550 



15 
16 

31 

15 

1 

1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



439 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



CO 

<u 

^c "^ 

I" 
O <L> 

•o 

S B 



42 
1,260 



0) 

CO 

o 



T3 
0) 



3 

a, 



STEERS 



209| 
12,540] 

4 
1 
3! 



461 
21 ! 
32 
10 
18 
14 
1 



0) 

no 
< 



>H 



61 
3,050 



+-> 
CO 
O 

■8 



o a 

O oi 
1=1 n 



118 
2,950 



2 
2 

21 

15 

6 



BULLS 



T3 







12 
600 



CD 



3 

0< 



SWINE 



B 



PQ 



o 



285 
7,125 



21 

80 
23 
10 



o 



2161 



21 

53 
13 

61 



412 



6,480 6,180 



53 
177 
106 

17 



3 

1 

4 
9 



1 

12 

1 

3 
13 

2 



1 
10 

1 

6 
3 

41 



15 



440 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 






CO 
















u 








I-l 








a 


CO 






CO 


CO 




u 


01 






C 


QJ 


u 




CO 


t" 


CO 

1) 




CO 

<u 


S* 


CO 




i* 


(M 


tH 




i» 


CN 


> 


SETTLEMENTS 


CN 


& 


cq 


B 


CO 


CD 


CN 




CD 
> 


> 

o 


u 
<x> 

> 


2 


> 


6 


> 




O 

W 

U 


§ 


O 

CO 
CD 
CO 


O 8 


O 

CO 
CD 

(-1 


3 

o 

13 


o 

CO 

CD 

CO 




CO 


CO 


o 


a 3 


CO 


CO 


O 




s 


s 


M 


<S 


S 


85 


K 


Brown's Arm 










2 
4 


l 




Little Burnt Bay 

Mason's Cove 










3 


1 








3 




5 






1 




1 
1 




2 


Salt Pond 


1 




2 




9 




10 


l 


22 


3 


14 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



441 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


SfTEERS 


4> 

ca 

■s 

0> 

pi n 


BULLS 


SWINE 


u 
a 


T3 

nj 




T3 
(U 

!-. 

■8 

u 
3 
Oh 


<u 

< 

O 
w 

Sh 
CO 
<LI 
>H 
CM 


o> 
t5 


73 
CD 

I* 

■8 

!-( 

3 

On 


Sows for Breeding 


w 

J-H 

c3 
O 
W 


Other Pigs 


l 






3 

15 


4 
6 
2 






5 l| 


1 


2 
3 

1 

2 

21 








1 
16 121 1 










20[ 141 15 


1 




2 
8 
9 






24 21| 3 


1 




7 
30 






1 1 
251 11! 1 


6 




2 




1 1 
271 321 12 






L 




! 



442 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

u 

CO 
01 

t* 

CM 

U 
CD 
> 

o 

w 

0) 

u 


w 

u 
co 

CD 

:* 

CM 

CD 
> 

o 
a 



3 

CO 

J/3 


w 
u 
a 

CD 

CM 

S-l 
CD 
> 
O 

w 
CD 

CO 
Eh 
O 

X 


w 

u 
CO 
CD 

O <D 


w 
t-l 

CO 

CD 
(* 

CM 

H 
CD 
> 
O 

QJ 
U 
CO 


w 

t-i 
CO 
CD 

!* 

CM 

Sh 
CD 
> 
O 

in 

a 

o 

w 


W 

Sh 
OJ 
O) 

t* 

CM 

fc. 
CD 
> 

o 

w 

<LJ 
W 

JH 

o 


"1 
District Twillingate 

1 

Value, $ 

1 


27 
2,700 


' 

i 


54 
4,500 


5 
375 


196 
9,800 


13 

975 


107 
5,350 


Exploits 










9 
5 


4 


Black Island 












2 


Samson's Island 


i 








1 
Michael's Harbour 






1 
9 


1 


13 

4 
4 
1 
9 
9 






Campbellton 


2 








Comfort Cove 






1 


Newstead 






1 




■> 


Turtle Creek 






1 
1 


Loon Bay 






2| 

21 

1 


l 
2! ] 

r 

1 7 

1 
1 
1 


Birchy Bay 

Emberley's Pond 


1 
1 




Boyd's Cove 






2 





8 


5 


Beaverton 








Port Albert 

Dog Bay West 


1 




2 




1 
4 
29 
5 
3 
4 
2 
1 

11 


2 


3 


Summerford 


1 




1 




] 

4 


Cottles Island 














Luke's Arm 








a 


Bridgeport 







1 
1 






1 

1 3 


Hayward's Cove 





1 




i 

1 



! 




1 


Whale's Gulch 














Western Head 





1 




12 


Moreton's Harbour ...... 


2 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



443 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


01 
53 

CO 

O 


BULLS 


SWINE 


All Others 
Under 2 Years 


73 

co 

5h 




73 

CD 
u 

-8 

u 
3 
Hi 


CD 
< 

o 
w 

Sh 
£0 
CD 
>H 


<d 

73 

nl 
u 


73 
CD 

i 

3 


g 

CD 

^. 
o 

CO 

o 


cfl 
o 
W 


ho 
E 

CD 

A 

o 


37 
1,110 


458 

27,480 

1 




20 
1,000 


253 
6,325 


21 
1,050 




396| 
9,900 


265 

7,950 


1,281 
19,215 




14 






9 
3 






1 
4 


1 

1 

1 

2 

20 
17 
15 

1 

1 
22 

2 
14 

1 

8 

12 
9 
6 
9 
1 
8 
1 


42 




10 

2 

3 

16 

13 

7 




1 
1 




68 






31 


1 




1 


1 

11 
7 
9 






4 


1 








12 

26 

10 

1 

4 

23 

1 

24 


28 


4 




2 
2 


1 




58 








21 










1 




14 

18 

3 

17 

4 

6 

19 

18 

6 

3 

9 






11 
8 




25 


1 




1 




65 












4 




4 
2 
1 


27 
5 
4 

19 

19 

6 

4 
8 


2 






51 
















3 

2 
19 
17 
11 
29 

6 
18 
10 
28 




4 


2 






1 


10 






3 

1 




56 








39 


I 








19 








1 





71 






5 




5 

2 

29 






4 

1 

15 


1 




44 








29 






| 






75 






1 









444 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 














u 








to 


w 




u 


<D 


h 




a 


!* 


CO 




>H 


N 


>H 




CN 


Hi 

> 

o 


(M 


U 


U 
0) 

> 


> 


to 

0) 


O 




o 


Ji« 


w 

HI 

u 


o 




o 8 


CO 


to 


o 


%£ 



PONIES 



tu 

> 
O 



to 



to 
W 



5 s 

Ol 



> 

O 



o 



Tizzard's Harbour . . 

Crow Head 

Wild Cove 

Paradise 

Back Harbour 

North Side 

South Side 

Hart's Cove 

Jenkin's Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Burnt Island Tickle . 

Durrell 

Gillesporte 

Little Harbour 

Purcell's Harbour.. .. 

Smooth Cove 

Black Duck Cove 

Kettle Cove 

Manuel's Cove 

Gillard's Cove 

Bluff Head Cove 

Long Point 

Hillier's Cove 

Wild Cove Road 

Ragged Point 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



445 



Table 13. Livestock 



CO 
^ r 



CNI 



O 8 

3 a 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



0) 
T3 



15 
11 

17 





12 




15 




26 




3 


1 


7 






1 


20 
6 




6 


1 


10 




1 



% 

■8 



STEERS 



CD 

6o 
< 



to 

0> 



3 

CO 

U 

01 



BULLS 



01 

I 



■s 

•8 



SWINE 



n 






20 
6 
4 



4 
1 
9 
1 
1 
1 

14 
6 

2 



9 

10 

5 



ra 
o 

PQ 



1 
2 

17 

10 

5 

4 

3 
2 
7 
9 
4 



60 

P4 



O) 

j3 



38 
36 
23 

1 
26 
23 
48 

3 
11 

6 

3 
84 
43 

6 

a 

i 

8 

4 

24 

21 

17 

1 

9 

4 

24 



446 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



CO 
CD 



> 

O 



CO 



. CO 




tn 




CO 


w 


0) 


u 


i» 


CO 

<l) 


CM 


>< 


tH 


CM 


CD 




> 
O 


CD 
> 


CO 


O 


fi 




g 


oj 










w 


o 



CO 
4) 

o s 

pi S 



PONIES 



<d 



> 

o 



CD 



a 
W 



> 
O 



Rabbins Cove 

Ohanceport 

Bridger's Cove 

Carter's Cove 

Virgin's Arm 

Fairbank 

Tilt Cove 

Salt Pans 

Seal Cove 

Burnt Cove 

Trump Island 

Indian Cove 

Lobster Harbour 

Merritt's Harbour 

Salt Harbour Island 

Sunnyside 

Ship Island 

Too Good Arm 

Green's Cove 

Pike's Arm 

Cobb's Arm 

Hatchet Harbour 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



447 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


All Other Horned Cattle 
Under 2 Years 


BULLS 


SWINE 


QJ 

OSS 
_,' a 


CD 

T3 
CO 


"8 

■8 

J-l 


CD 
bo 

<! 

o 
w 

CO 
CD 

!* 


2 



■8 

5 


(3 
1 

CD 

*-< 

w 

O 

<H 

CO 
O 




W 
tUQ 

•rH 

F4 

CD 

o 




1 

2 












1 

10 
3 

10 

7 
2 
4 


5 
1 
2 
5 

1 










2 






19 










1 


2 


5 

2 

14 

7 
7 
4 
2 
1 
2 
1 




2 


5 
3 
6 
6 

7 
4 
1 


l 


24 


1 






7 






1 


2 




3 


1 








8 















3 












2 


1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


2 








1 




1 










2 
1 


3 








2 
1 

1 

3 

10 

2 
1 
2 
3 


1 






























3 

10 
3 
3 

4 
1 
2 




1 

2 
1 


1 


























1 
1 












1 

1 














2 












1 












2 


4 

1 


4 

































448 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

u 
« 

<D 

>* 

0) 
> 

O 
w 

HI 

■- 

a 


w 
u 

ns 

<D 
>H 
CN 

U 

> 
o 

1 

Vi 


m 
u 
as 
<u 

{* 

eq 

u 

> 
O 

<u 

W 
U 

o 


w 

rt 

CD 

.3" 

OJ 


W 

u 
a 

41 

>h 

> 
O 

« 
<u 

CO 

a 


w 

S-i 
cG 

<D 
S* 
CN 

w 
R 
O 

13 

cd 
03 


g 

cd 
CD 
>H 
(N 

> 

o 

CO 

<u 
w 
u 
o 

K 


District of Fogo 

Value, $ 


107 
10,700 


4 
1,000 


106 
10,600 


7 
525 


146 
7,300 


11 
825 


179 
8,950 


Lumsden South 

Lumsden North . 


2 

7 
1 
1 
27 
21 
4 


2 
1 


4 
8 


1 


8 
5 
1 




10 
12 


Deadman's Bay.... 




4 


Anchor Brook 




2 

1 






Doting Cove 


15 

19 

4 








Musgrave Harbour 


1 

1 

1 




Ragged Harbour South 


2 
3 

15 
5 

26 
5 
9 




Ragged Harbour North 




Ladle Cove 






3 




12 


Aspen Cove 






5 


Carmanville 

Noggin Cove ... 


1 




1 


1 


41 
10 












5 














Mann Point 

Main Point 


1 




1 
1 




3 

2 

4 
11 

1 
14 

3 


1 
1 
2 
1 


1 
5 


South Side Gander Bay 






1 


5 




1 








5 


Wing's Point 
















10 










1 










2 








2 




2 




4 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



449 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


41 

to 
U 

"8 

is 

WH tO 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 

u 

CO 

V 

OS 
a a 


CI 

to 


T3 

CD 

Sh 

■8 


bo 
<! 

o 
w 

in 

CO 
11 

:* 

CM 


to 

5 


til 

■8 

1 


M 

el 

01 

u 
M 

o 

CO 

o 


w 

C-C 
CO 

o 

m 


C/3 

M 
S 

01 

o 


55 


365 
21,900 




4 
200 


244 
6,100 


20 
1,000 





283 

7,075 


185 
5,550 


| 620 


1,650 




9,300 








4 


24 

18 

7 

2 

11 

24 

4 

4 

8 






17 

15 

7 

2 

14 

24 

4 

2 

5 












4 












1 
































10 














22 


3 






1 






15 








1 


1 
1 
2 
1 
13 
4 
7 






















2 






1 












32 

2 
8 






19 

1 

11 


3 




5 


26 








12 








1 




1 


3 


1 






2 




6 
3 

7 
11 
1 
18 
4 
2 
5 






1 
1 
8 
9 
1 
19 
6 








7 
3 
5 
2 


13 


1 












2 








1 






1 


4 






1 


11 












1 


7 
1 
1 
1 












19 

4 

2 

11 















5 


















2 








11 















450 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



cd 
> 
O 



CO 

CD 



o 

§ 

to 



CO 
CD 



CD 
> 

o 



o 



CJ 



O <D 

pi a 



PONIES 



CO 



H 

CD 

> 
O 



n 

CD 
> 

o 

a) 

a 

o 

ffl 

CO 



CO 

CD 



CD 
> 
O 



Horwood 

Island Harbour 

Hare Bay 

Fogo 

Lock's Cove 

Eastern Tickle 

Lion's Den 

Little Fogo Island 

Joe Batt's Arm 

Barr'd Island 

Shoal Bay 

Cape Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Tilting 

Sandy Cove 

Eastern Cove 

South Side, Indian Island .. 

Perry's Island 

Stag Harbour 

Little Seldom 

Seldom Come By 

Wild Cove 

Change Islands 



17 

1 
1 



22 



11 



19 
6 
a 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



451 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



w 
u 

CO 
ID 

A' 



:oq 



OS 



■n 



111 
10 

10 

1 



31 

10 

10 

5 

1 

30 

6 

1 

2 
6 
3 
1 

25 



CD 



€ 



P-H 



STEERS 



<d 

< 






O 

CD 



O SI 



pi a 



13 

11 

1 



24 



BULLS 



CO 

o 



1 

■8 



SWINE 



6J0 

G 

CD 
Si 

w 



o 



10 



17 



2 

113 

53 

4 

1 

7 
1 
1 
9 
2 
14 



CO 

o 

ffl 



1 
1 

20 



38 



2 
5 
2 
11 
1 
4 

38 



ft 

Sh 
CD 

6 



22 

7 

80 

6 

4 

9 

3 

215 

116 

10 

2 

11 
1 



452 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Bona vista North 

Value, $ 

Cape Freels 

Cape Island 

Pinchard's Island 

Newtown 

Templeman 

Pound Cove 

Wesleyville 

Brookfield 

Badger's Quay 

South West Island 

Tinker's Island 

Pools Island 

Valleyfield 

North West Arm 

South West Arm 

Safe Harbour 

Port Nelson 

Newport (New Harbour) . ... 

Sydney Cove 

North West Arm (Indian Bay) 

Trinity 

Wellington (Shoal Bay) 

Hare Bay 






CD 

> 

O 

w 
CD 
Sh 

a 



53 
5,300 



HORSES 



1-1 

cd 



> 

O 

w 

a 
o 

73 
S3 



u 




a 




V 




>* 




cq 


S-i 




5 s 




CD 


> 


">■ 


U 


?i« 




O 5 


<D 




T> 


O 


a a 


w 


<t> 



PONIES 



CD 



CD 

> 

o 



5 
1,250 



100 
10,000 



10 

750 



65 
3,250 



CM 



W 



6 
450 



CO 
CD 



<D 
> 

o 



o 



67 
3,350 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



453 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



W 

u 

a 

CD 
»>< 

A 1 
O 



:<n 



15 
450 

4 

I 



cu 

CO 

u 



0) 
U 

CU 

3 
P-, 



STEERS 



cu 

M 



ni 

cu 



CO 

O 

CU 



85 
5,100 




-I- 



25 
1,250 



28 
700 



11 
550 



SWINE 



BO 

a 
H 

cu 

m 



o 



CO 

o 

cq 



240, 

6,050 

5 

4 
16 
10 

2 

19 
1 



253 

7,590 

1 

6 1 

«l 

I 
6 



1 

2 

20 






cu 



169 

2,475 
5 
6 

7 



17 

1 

11 



454 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



> 
O 



re 



> 

o 

a 
o 



re 
ft 



u 
a 



> 
O 



X 



re 
n> 

ax 
<"<■ 

•p 

O 8 

S S 



^CM 



PONIES 



re 



0) 

> 
O 



re 

0) 



w 



> 
O 



o 

X 



Greenspond 

Ships Island 

Silver Fox Island .. 

Fair Island 

Wareham 

Paul's Island 

Middle Brook 

Dark Cove 

Gambo 

Glovertown North .. 
Glovertown Centre 

Angle Brook 

Glovertown South .. 

Troytown 

Cull's Harbour 

Rosedale 

Burnt Island 

Bragg's Island 

Deer Island 

Green's Island 

Gooseberry Island . 

St. Brendan's 

Hay ward's Cove .. . 

Dock Cove 

Shalloway Cove 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



455 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 'on^pJ 
2 YEARS ' 



u 

CO 
0) 

£>< 

CD 

Sim 
O <u 



<D 
13 
CO 
u 

o 



9 
9 
11 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 



0) 

■s 

3 



CD 

<! 



CO 
CD 



CD 

CO 

U 

T3 

CD 

fi» 
^« 



CM 



U CD 
T3 



BULLS 



CD 



■a 

Eh 

-s 

Sh 
3 
Ph 



SWINE 



-8 

CD 

U 



<8 



11 

1 

4 
32 
13 

12 

4 

11 

1 



ffl 



oo 



o 



1 
11 

2 



25 

15 

10 

10 

11 

1 

2 

9 



10 
1 
8 

37 
4 
1 
5 



456 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 






co 








to 








u 








(H 








a 


CO 






CO 


CO 






V 


fc< 




t, 


CU 


u 




CO 
4) 


S* 


CO 

cu 




CO 

cu 


!" 


CO 
CD 




>< 




>l 




(X 


CM 


i* 


SETTLEMENTS 


CM 


3 


CM 


CO 


CM 


U 

cu 


CM 




t-t 


> 
O 


<u 

> 


01 


S-i 

CU 

> 


a 


U 
CU 

> 




O 


a 


O 


8" 


O 


CO 

a 


O 




w 


.2 


01 
CO 


o S 


CO 

u 


o 

a 


CD 

w 




cC 


CO 


s 




CO 


CO 

to 


o 


Penneys Cove 













1 


Coward's Island 
















North Island 














Flat Island 














Burnside 










2 
2 




2 


St. Chad's 








1, 
1 


e 


Clay Cove 














1 








1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



457 



Table 13. Livestock 





(COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


1 

STEERS 


V 


BULLS 


SWINE 




































a * 






















O 






















"8 






.9 








w 

u 






o 

< 








"8 












73 


o 






73 










•d** 




<D 




■C^ 




0) 


o 




Oh 




O a; 

s a 


73 

CO 


1 

3 


to 
<u 


3 s ■ 


73 

CO 


■8 

3 




CO 

O 






<t> 


ci 


PL, 


c« 


<!t3 


t5 


a, 


02 


M 


O 


















1 

3 

9 

30 


1 

8 

9 

33 























? 




































9 




4 
1 


1 






9 














4 














2 


6 





















458 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 







HORSES 






PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


co 
u 
to 
<u 
!» 

(N 

U 
CD 
> 

O 

w 

<D 
S-i 


CO 

U ' 

a 

CD 

!* 

> 

o 

CO 

a 

o 
"co 


to 
U 
co 

u 

CD 
> 

o 

co 
cu 
co 

o 


co 

CO 

o s 

PI CI 


to 

CO 

cu 

IM 

!h 
4) 
> 

o 

W 
0) 
Jh 

g 


co 
J-l 
CO 
cu 

CN 

!h 
CU 
> 



co 

_o 

ra 
W 


to 

CO 
CD 

>H 

CM 

CU 

> 

o 

co 
cu 

CO 

u 
o 


District of Bonavista South. 
Value, $ 


97 
9,700 


2 
500 


115 
11,500 


5 
375 


205 
10,250 


8 
600 


237 
11,850 


Bonavista 

Birchy Cove 


5 




3 
9 
9 
3 




15 


4 


26 


Newman's Cove 


5 
2 
1 
2 












Lower Amherst Cove 










Middle Amherst Covi 






Upper Amherst Cove 


3 










Hodderville 






1 


Stock Cove 






1 


1 


8 
5 
3 
6 
8 
3 
7 
4 
12 
4 


1 


9 
4 







Kings Cove 


5 


1 


2 




1 


Broad Cove 


1 


6 

11 


Keels 




1 


Tickle Cove 


1 


4 
1 
6 
g 


Red Cliff 






1 




Open Hall 

Plate Cove East 
















Plate Cove West 


1 
18 
2 
7 
11 
3 
3 








6 


Summerville 


13 

7 
4 
3 

7 
5 


1 












9 




1 












Sweet Bay 





















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



459 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


0) 

S3 

(0 

O 
■o 

CD 

Pi c 


BULLS 


SWINE 


a 
O a) 


to 

5 


■8 

u 

3 


0) 
M 

< 

o 

CO 

u 
co 
<u 

CO 


■n 

CO 


-a 

<D 

■8 

S-i 

3 
Oh 


no 

a 

a; 
ffl 
o 


u 

CO 

O 

pq 


CO 

60 
E 

<D 

■*-> 

o 


26 
780 


635 
38,100 


2 

200 


33 

1,650 


415 
10,375 


1 
52| 

2,600 





114 
2,850 


92 
2,760 


468 
7,020 








1 


176 

1 

10 

2 

6 

10 






107 
1 
2 
1 
2 
7 
1 

13 
8 

13 

11 
7 

12 






4 


1 


19 




















1 








2 






























1 
































3 


4 


27 
13 
32 
13 
13 
11 
1 
5 
2C 
13 
IS 
3 
11 
li 
11 
1C 










5 
6 


5 
3 
3 

5 

10 
9 
2 
2 
24 
10 
3 


7 


2 






1 




6 




2 


1 
1 

1 


6 








13 
1 


42 










1 










3 


1 




1 


1 




10 
9 

34 

20 

4 


9 






8 
9 
13 
14 
3 
6 
8 
7 
6 


7 


2 






4 

17 

2 




21 


2 
1 






4 




1 




26 







1 

2 


1 

1 




2 










7 




1 








10 




1 
1 




1 




20 






4 




14 
















460 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


co 

nJ 
0> 

>H 

<M 

f-\ 
01 

> 




w 
u 
ca 

01 
U 

> 
O 


CO 

u 
to 

01 

t" 
cn 

c* 

01 

> 


W 

M 

to 

0) 


w 

ca 
o> 

>< 

CM 

0> 
> 


to 

u 

CO 
01 
>H 
<N 

U 
01 
> 




CO 
in 
CO 

CD 

t* 

CM 

U 
01 

> 




O 
co 

01 

u 
ca 




to 

fl 
o 

S3 


O 

CO 
Ol 
W 

t4 
O 

W 


5- 
O S 

Pi fi 


O 

co 
01 

!h 

CO 


CO 

fi 
o 

la 
w 


O 

CO 
01 
CO 

u 
o 

w 


Winter Brook . .. 




5 




8 
1 




1 

5 
5 







Jamestown 


11 


Portland 






11 






2 


l 


2 




5 




11 


Lethbridge 




1 




1 




9 




18 


Bloomfield 




2 




2 




21 




17 


Musgravetown 




9 




15 




11 




14 


Cannings Cove 

Bunyan's Cove 

Port Blandford 












6 




7 






2 




17 




12 




1 




1 




14 




25 


















1 












9 


2 


7 


Happy Adventure 




3 




2 


1 


5 




13 






2 




3 




7 




4 


Bishop's Harbour 










1 








6 




9 




6 




4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



461 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


CO 

U 

0) 

o h 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 

CO 

si* 


CD 
CO 
C5 


■a 

4) 

■8 

Sh 
3 


2 Years of Age 


CD 
■O 

CO 

u 



CD 

* 


CD 
U 

m 

O 

<H 

W 


CO 

CO 

o 

ffl 


j? 5 

be 

s 

CD 

o 




3 

19 

23 

10 

21 

20 

33 

8 

8 

19 

1 

9 

15 

7 






1 
20 
20 

7 
14 
23 
28 

3 

1 


1 

2 
1 
4 
2 









9 


1 










8 












1 


2 






1 










3 
2 


6 










14 






2 








37 












30 















7 
4 


37 








2 




1 

3 

2 


47 












2| 


7 








1 
2 
2 




2| 26 






1 

5 


10 
1 




16 


1 








10 














19 




13 


28 


2 








17 













462 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



> 
O 



CD 
> 
O 



CO 

to 



> 

o 



eo 

cu 

o S 



PONIES 



to 

CD 



CD 
> 
O 



CO 

^-- 
CO 



CO 
CD 



CD 
> 

o 



c 



District of Trinity North 

Value, $ 

St. Jones Without 

Butter Cove 

Gooseberry Cove 

Southport 

Little Harbour 

Little Heart's Ease 

House Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Hodges Cove 

Island Cove 

Long Beach 

Queen's Cove 

Black Brook 

North West Brook 

Ivany's Cove 

Dark Hole 

Hillview 

Hatchet Cove 

St. Jones Within 

Loreburn 

Hickman's Harbour 

Inglewood 

Adeyton 



lOOj 
10,0001 



17 



250 



158 
15,800 



16 
1.200 



236 

11,800 



10 
750 



395 

19,750 



8 

19 

n 

7 
10 
3 
5 
3 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



463 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


01 

53 
-h> 
ns 
U 

1 

E« 

OS 

_"0 

pi a 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 

u 

03 


oi 

T3 

CO 
u 

6 


■8 

3 


oi 

< 

o 

!-< 

as 


01 

•a 

cs 

o 


0) 

■8 


c 

n 

01 

PQ 
o 
w 


u 

CB 
O 

m 


w 

•i-T 

tu 

u 

01 

O 


80 
2,400 


6071 11 
36,420] 1,100 


13 

650 


486 
12,150 


7 
350 


2 
250 


45 
1,125 


36 

1,080 


109 
1,635 




3 






1 






1 


3 

2 

3 
1 
3 














1 








4 


2 
1 
3 

23 
2 
2 

13 
6 
4 
4 
2 
3 
2 
2 

16 
2 
4 






1 


4 












7 














2 
3 






4 










1 


























1 
3 
1 
3 
1 


1 

1 


3 


5 
















1 
8 
7 
3 
4 
2 
2 
16 
3 
1 












1 
1 










1 










1 












3 


1 

1 














3 










1 














1 














1 
















3 
1 
3 






1 








z 









1 
1 


3 


8 


29 


1 


26 








, 











9 




2 

1 


9 



























464 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


CO 

u 
B 
o> 

S* 

IN 

U 
Ol 

> 

O 
co 

<u 
u 
CD 

s 


m 

Ih 

co 
<u 

>H 

CN 

tn 
CD 
> 

o 

co 

a 
o 

H 
w 


CO 

Si 

iS 

CN 

u 

> 

o 

CO 
01 
CO 

s* 
o 

w 


CO 

s 
ex 

O ffi 

si 


CO 
Sh 
CD 

<V 

>H 

CN 

Si 
01 
> 

O 

CO 
01 

CO 

a 


CO 

(-1 

CO 
Ol 
>H 
CN 

(H 
0) 

o 

a 

CO 


CO 

S-c 

3 s 
Ol 

|x 

CN 

s 

> 
o 

CO 
CD 
w 
(h 

$ 


Deep Bight 


3 

4 
4 
1 
1 




6 
6 
8 
3 










Lady Cove 








1 


Fosters Point 




1 




Elliot's Cove 






Goobie's Siding 








Northern Bight 












Shoal Harbour 


4 
8 




21 

17 

3 










Clarenville 


6 








Deer Harbour 




7 
3 
4 
1 
5 






Thoroughfare 








2 


Lower Lance Cove 










20 


Brittania 






2 
2 


1 


12 


Petley 






6 


Aspen Cove 

Aspey Brook 








1 














7 










3 
1 
1 




6 


Milton ... 






3 

1 




7 


George's Brook 






18 






2 


Brickyard 


1 




| 




1 






1 
1 


15 












13 














5 








2 








10 


Waterville 










2 













CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



465 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



en 
u 
a 

on 

s a 



73 



6 
2 

10 
10 

1 

35 
39 
2 
4 
6 
6 
13 

5 

4 

17 

20 

3 

2 

8 

11 

5 

6 



73 
0) 



■8 



a 
cu 



STEERS 



4) 
< 






01 

+-> 
CO 

O 

73 

S a 
»8 « 



0) 



IM 



O 0> 
73 



BULLS 



6 

4 
10 



1 
39 
46 

4 

7 

5 

13 

5 

8 

12 

25 

2 

1 

10 

10 

5 

6 



o. 

73 

CO 



73 
0> 



•8 



SWINE 



ho 



0) 



a 



CO 
o 

pq 






01 



12 
24 



466 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 








w 










^ 










rt 


CO 




CO 


u 


01 






s-( 




>H 


rt 

CD 




rt 
cu 


!* 


<N 


>H 




>< 


IM 


Jh 


CM 


w 


CM 


U 
CD 
> 


> 

O 


t-f 
CD 

> 


£1* 


> 


O 


CO 


o 


5- 


O 




O 

3 


OJ 


O <u 










T3 






rt 


O 


Pi C 


03 



PONIES 



rt 
W 



rt 



> 

o 



o 
X 



Tythe's Cove 

Otter's Cove 

Clifton 

New Burn Cove ... 
Burgoyne's Cove . 

Little Harbour 

Delby's Cove 

Ivanhoe 

Ireland's Eye 

British Harbour ... 
Kerley's Harbour . 

White Point 

George's Cove 

New Bona venture . 

Cat Cove 

Old Bonaventure . 
Spaniard's Cove .. 

Trouty 

Dunfield 

Goose Cove 

Trinity 

Lockston 

Trinity East 

Port Rexton 

Champney's West . 













2 




1 


1 
3 
5 
3 
4 
3 
















2 













1 






2 






5 






1 






























1 
1 
3 
1 










4 
4 










1 

















2 




2 
1 
2 




1 




3 


2 






2 


4 




i 


7 








1 

1 
1 
5 

5 
24 
42 

8 




2 


1 








5 






1 


11 




1 






3 








1 
3 


1 

1 



1 


9 
46 
1C 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



467 



Table 13. Livestock 



<" r 



! a 
!b 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



o 

CO 



3 

2 

3 

16 

33 
63 
12 



U 

u 
3 



STEERS 



0) 

bo 



CO 

cu 



CO 

U 

■8 

MS 

OS 



10 

10 

4 



BULLS 



0) 
■B 

CO 

%! 
O 



T3 
11 



■8 



3 



SWINE 



3 

1 



CO 

o 

m 



BO 






5 
10 
13 



468 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



a 

CD 



CD 

> 

o 



Champney's Arm ... 
Champney's East ... 

English Harbour 

Melrose 

Port Union 

Catalina 

East Point 

Little Catalina 

Maberly 

Neck 

Sandy Cove 

Elliston 

Spillar's Cove 

Lancaster 

ViUa Verte 



co 

CD 



> 

o 

m 

a 

o 

m 



a, 

CD 



o 



co 
u 

to 

£>* 

o 5 



PONIES 






u 

> 

o 































1 
1 


1 




10 




22 






























1 






l| 







3 

7 
10 
4 
5 
8 
6 



1 

11 

1 



CO 

W 



CO 

CD 



CD 

> 

o 



U 

o 

s 



1 

15 

9 

9 

9 

14 

12 



26 
5 

1 
2 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



469 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


1 
STEERS 


-t-> 

a 
O 

0) 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 

u 
a 

oSJ 
■a 

5S 


TS 
CO 


■8 

u 

■8 

3 


0) 
< 

o 

W 

ns 

01 


01 
CS 

O 


•73 

u 

■8 

Eh 
3 


no 

.s 

ffl 

o 

W 

& 
o 
02 


to 
o 


M 
S 
1) 

6 


3 


3 

12 
23 
2 
5 
13 
4 
6 

3 
3 

26 






1 
3 
8 






1 




i 


















1 


































1 

4 














i 






4 
3 










2 


3 














3 










10 


2 




2 














2 






3 

3 

16 












2 
















4 



































2 

30 






1 
31 










1 6 




2 












1 













470 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 






w 








CO 








U 








f-l 








ca 


M 






CO 


CO 




u 


CD 








CO 


!-l 




CO 
CD 


>H 


CO 

a) 




CO 
CD 


>H 


CD 




!* 


CM 


t* 




t" 


CM 


>H 


SETTLEMENTS 


(M 


CD 


CM 


8-1 


CM 


CD 


cm 




0) 

> 


> 

o 


CD 
> 


CD 


f-i 
CD 

> 


£ 


<D 
> 




O 







^" 


o 


G 


o 






o 


CD 


o & 


8 


_o 


CD 










'O 










CO 


CO 

W 


O 




CO 


cO 
W 


o 

a 




1 




i 


i 









District Trinity South . 



I 



138| 

I 



I 



Value, $ J 13,800 

Lead Cove 

Sibley's Cove 

Torquay 

Brownsdale 

Whale's Brook 

New Melbourne 

Hant's Harbour 

New Chelsea 

Winterton 

Turks Cove 

New Perlican 

Heart's Content 

Heart's Desire 

Heart's Delight 

Islington 

Cavendish 

Whiteway 

Green's Harbour 

Hopeall 

New Harbour 

South Dildo 

Broad Cove 

Dildo 



3| 180] 

I I 

750| 18,000| 



7 
4 

1 
9! 
2| 

13| 

I 
24| 

t 
21| 

II 



4 
21 
2 
1 
5 
2 
1 
4 



2! 

I 

1501 



225| 

I 

11,250| 



161 



8 
29 

2 
17 

3 

1 
17 



230 



375| 11,500 



I 



11 



9 
8 

24 
6 
3 
3 

11 
2 

23 
3 
1 

22 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



471 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER I 
2 YEARS 


1 

STEERS 


CD 

CO 

O 

CD 

aS 
^^ 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 
OS 


a) 

T3 

CO 

O 


0) 


HI 

< 

O 
CO 

!-< 

CO 

CD 
>H 
CM 


T3 

CO 

hi 
O 


CD 

u 

■8 

3 
EL, 


eo 

CD 
S-l 

« 
o 

CO 
5= 

o 
03 


CO 

Jh 
CO 

o 

m 


CO 

DO 
5 

0) 

O 


25 

750 


347 
20,820 


"1 



10 

500 


222 
5,550 


30 
1,500 




37 
925 


24| 
720 


106 
1,590 




1 








8 


4 


8 
9 


2 

2 




1 
1 


1 




1 


5 

19 
6 

17 

23 
7 
8 
1 
2 

18 
4 
8 
4 
2 
2 

10 
1 

25 
7 
1 

19 






1 












12 

5 

14 


3 






















1 






3 

15 
1 




1 


2 

1 








2 
2 


1 






1 

4 






1 






2 
1 
1 
6 


3 

2 
6 


11 


2 




1 














1 




2 






15 

4 




2 






















6 
5 
2 


1 












2 
























2 
7 
2 
6 
4 
1 
20 








6 














2 














2 






4 




1 


] 






































1 






1 















472 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 






w 








^1 








cO 


w 




u 


01 


U 




a 


>H 


co 

0) 




t* 


<N 


>H 




IM 


01 
> 

o 


CN 


in 


U 
01 
> 


01 
> 


CO 

0> 
SIX 


O 




o 


J!" 


QJ 


.2 


a> 


6 « 








■a 


CC 

a 


ffi 


o 





PONIES 



2 

CO 

CD 



t-l 
01 
> 

O 



a 
o 

■r-t 

ca 



CO 
0) 

I* 



> 

O 



S 



T 



Blaketown 

Markland 

Whitbourne 

Old Shop 

Spread Eagle 

Little Ridge 

Chapel Arm 

Norman's Cove 

Long Cove 

Thornlea 

Bellvue 

Chance Cove 

Rantem 

Arnold's Cove Station 
Sunnyside 



10 



28 
3 



18 



20 

1 



11 
6 
5 
6 

16 
4 
1 
1 
3 



1G 

11 

1 
2 

15 
7 



11 



14 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



473 



Table 13. Livestock 





(COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


I 

STEERS 


IS 

U 

"8 
B» 

MS 


BULLS 


SWINE 




ai 

5 


-a 

■8 

u 


2 Years of Age 


a 


■3 

■8 

3 


BO 

.s 

Hi 

n 

CQ 

Sh 
O 

MH 
W 

1 


in 

u 
cs 
o 

m 


w 

bo 

S 

u 

V 
A 

O 


2 


13 

6 

26 

13 






19 
2 
1 

12 










4 












5 
2 


l 


53 








2 




22 






1 






















5 

15 

14 

7 

7 

ie 

1C 
2 






4 

20 

20 

10 

2 

5 

1 

1 










1 


5 










1 
1 


5 

1 


4 








1 












1 
























1 
2 








1 


2 










































3 


If 






11 


1 








1 


1 




[ 


1 



474 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



Dist. of Carbonear-Bay de V.. 

Value, $ 

Carbonear 

Victoria 

Freshwater 

Clown's Cove 

Flatrock 

Blow-me-Down 

Otterbury 

Salmon Cove 

Perry's Cove 

Spout Cove 

Kingston 

Lower Small Point 

Mulley's Cove 

Broad Cove South 

Broad Cove North 

Blackhead 

Adam's Cove 

Bradley's Cove 

Western Bay South 

Western Bay North 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Smooth Cove 

Long Beach 



HORSES 



Sh 
CD 



> 
O 



CO 



221 
22,100 



> 

O 

a 

o 



to 



co 

CD 



CU 
> 

o 



o 



CO 

O a 
PI S3 



PONIES 



u 

CO 
0) 



CO 



CO 
-♦-> 

W 



36 

i 
23 

6 

1 
1 



4 

27 
18 



3 214 

750| 21,400 



25 

14 

4 

9 

16 

3 

3 

30 

25 



7 
525 



202 
10,100 



11 
11 



1 
2 

2 

4 

5 

4 

6 

5 

14 

15 

6 

24 

15 

17 

3 

4 



2 
150 



> 
O 



595 
29,750 



83 

46 

14 

6 

4 
6 
5 



16 
20 

9 
27 

3 

6 
20 

6 
21 
25 
16 

4 
12 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



475 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



2* 

■a 

S s 



21 

630 

4 

2 



0) 

•a 



C5 



749 

44,940 

129 

33 

7 



1 
21 



■a 



3 



STEER9 






CO 



CO 

U 

13 
(LI 

£ to 

o is 

W CO 

0) 



CN 



(_) CD 

■a 

s a 



BULLS 



0) 
T3 
CO 

C3 



T3 
01 



3 



18 624| 

900] 15,600] 



11 
28 



22 

7 



75 
3,750 



4 
II 



SWINE 



a 
H 

O) 

pq 



o 



14 

350 



CO 

o 

m 



23 

690 

2 

2 






CD 



74 

1,110 

34 

16 



14 

7 

4 

12 

5 

24 

28 

8 

40 

26 

22 

6 

12 



18] 

8| 

5 
12 

7 
29 
40 

7 
35 
36 
31 

7 
12 



476 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 






> 

O 

a 

o 

■r-i 

to 



> 

o 



o 
X 



u 

CO 

hi 

o 8 

—•"^ 
a a 



PONIES 



OJ 



U 
01 

> 
O 



u 

01 

> 

o 

a 
o 



0) 

> 

O 



w 



Northern Bay 

Gull Island 

Burnt Point 

Job's Cove 

Redlands 

Lower Island Cove 

CaplinCove 

Low Point 

Bay de Verde 

Baccalieu 

Red Head Cove ... 

Grate's Cove 

Daniel's Cove 

Old Perlican 



12 

10 
2 
3 



3 

14 
2 



20' 



27 
2S 
34 

25 



19 
1 
3 

24 
4 

45 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



477 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


id 

CO 

o 

o h 

!=l fi 


BULLS 


SWINE 


M 
U 

a 
<v 


to 



73 
<D 

■8 

!-l 

a, 


BO 

< 

o 
to 

CO 


CO 


■8 

* 


to 

h 
O 

M 


w 

CO 

o 

cq 


60 

£ 

(-< 

0) 

o 




35 

27 
26 
27 

2 
56 
15 

6 
19 




7 
2 


50 
29 
14 
30 
3 
51 
22 








2 


2 


















2 


1 

8 




1 


1 


2 






2 






































1 






























16 








4 


3 


















13 

59 

8 

42 






12 

19 

3 

59 


4 
36 

5 


















6 


7 


7 












2 






2 


1 


1 













478 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



re 
o> 



5-i 

> 
O 



> 

o 



re 

to 



> 
o 





M 




es 




CD 




> 


to 

u 


CN 


CO 


!h 


zt» 


> 


Z™ 


o 


O 8 


cd 


■o 


u 


pi e 


a 


<t> 



PONIES 



re 

CD 



re 



05 
01 



> 
O 



o 
X 



District Harbour Grace 

Value, $ 

Bristol's Hope 

Harbour Grace 

Otterbury 

Riverhead 

Thicket 

Gullies 

Harbour Grace South 

Bryant's Cove 

Upper Island Cove 

Spoon Cove 

Bishop's Cove 

Spaniard's Bay 

Tilton 

Goddenville 

Shearstown 



45 
4,500 



6 
12 

1 
2 



18 

1 
1 



3 
750 



79 
7,900 



1 
300! 



185 

9,250| 



15 

1 
6 



29 
6 
3 

1 
5 

1 



14 

30 

8 

1 

35 



334 



300! 16,700 



1 1 


5 


1 




19 
5 


1 
I) 


1 






9 








2 

1 

4 

12 








2 


2 




36 

4 







3 

63 

4 

12 

11 

1 

7 

12 

40 

5 

22 

77 

27 

3 

47 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



479 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS' 


STEERS 


All Other Horned Cattle 
Under 2 Years 

1 


BULLS 


SWINE 


J- 

CO 
CD 

o 
O cu 


CU 
5 


T3 
CD 

S-l 

■8 


a) 
< 

O 
W 

OJ 

!» 
eg 


0) 

■a 

CO 

u 


T3 
O) 
Sh 

3 
a, 


e 
■8 

CD 
Sh 

cq 

Sh 
O 
«H 

W 

& 

O 


CO 

Sh 

CO 

o 


Other Pigs 


35 


227 
13,620 




14 

700 


161 
4,025 


15 
750 




25 
625 


28 
840 


100 


1,050 




1,500 






20 
66 

9 
22 

2 

2 
28 
16 
19 

2 
13 

2 






3 
12 

5 

20 

1 

1 

16 

22 

20 

2 

5 

35 

3 


1 

1 








12 


5 






3 


3 


12 










2 




3 


1 
1 
1 
3 






2 


5 








1 














3 














1 












21 


3 








1 

20 


1 

21 














23 


9 






5 




5 


3 


5 






11 


4 




























5 


26 




6 


16 


2 




1 


1 


10 









480 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


co 

It 
a 

IN 

U 
CD 
> 


S-i 

a 

CN 

> 

O 


co 
u 
a 

& 

CN 

t-l 
01 

> 


co 

S-i 
CO 
01 


CO 

cd 
Oi 
!* 

IM 

Ch 
01 

> 


CO 

(-. 
cd 

CD 

(-< 
01 

6 


CO 

u 
a 

OI 

>< 

CN 

> 




O 

co 
01 
S-t 

a 


co 

p 

a 
-*^ 
to 


O 

co 
a) 
w 
j-. 
o 
W 


O 8 


O 

CO 
Oi 
H 
cd 

s 


CO 

a 

O 

a 

w 


o 

CO 

cu 

CO 


District of Port de Grave 


62 


I 

108 


5 


228 




346 


Value, $ 


6,200 


10,800 


375 


11,400 




17,300 






Mill Road 






1 
2 




2 
7 




1 


Georgetown 


3 





10 


Brigus 


9 


j 9 




16 




12 


Gullies 


2 


* 




4 




5 


Roache's Line 


3 




1 




5 




1 


Gould's Road 


3 
3 




1 
1 




4 
1 




6 


Cross Road, Foley's Hill 


1 




3 


Greenland 














2 


Deep Gulch 








1 




] 






1 




6 




4 


Shark's Cove 


1 




1 




1 




1 




2 




7 


1 


14 




21 


Salmon Cove 


2 




2 




5 




12 


Hodgewater 


2 




1 




5 




4 


Turk's Water ... 










2 




3 


Juniper Stump 


2 




7 




1 




7 


Emerald Vale 




| 


1| 
i 










Riverside Mills 




1 
1 




1 


1 






1 i 
2| 




4 


1 


6 


4 


1 4 
1 




5 




10 








6 




7 




6 




2 




11 




27 




27 


Otterbury 


1 




3 




3 




8 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



481 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



o> 

U r 

O d) 

S PI 
<Jt3 



CD 

■a 
O 






■8 



3 

a. 



STEERS 



60 



cd 



CO 
O 

13 

cd 

s 

O 



CO 



tM 



pi a 



BULLS 



T3 

co 

a 



•a 



3 



SWINE 



T2 

In 



•5 



CO 
O 

cq 



E 

01 
J3 



24 
720 



372 

22,320 

5 

11 

56 

18 

5 

6 

4 

1 

1 

-2 

1 

28 

10 

14 

2 

10 

3 

1 

1 

9 

10 



6 
300 



206 

5,150 

2 

10 

23 

15 

1 

7 

7 



5 1 
250 



13 
325 



14 
420 



45 
575 



10 



482 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



Blow-me-down . 

Hibb's Hole 

Pick-Eyes 

Coley's Point ... . 
Country Road . 
Bay Roberts ... . 





HORSES 


PONIES 














C/7 








u 








J-t 








a 


w 






ed 


W 






<u 


u 




t, 


QJ 






a 


>H 


a 




as 


!* 


<U 




{* 


IN 


>< 




i» 


IN 


$" 


SETTLEMENTS 


(N 

0) 
> 


Sh 
> 

o 


IN 

H 

> 


a 


CO 

u 

HI 

> 


Over 


u 

> 




o 


a 


O 


JH 


O 


a 


o 









OJ 


O cj 




p 


<u 










•a 










ed 




o 


s a 


CO 




o 




s 


m 


w 


<Z> 


s 


w 


K 


North River 


6 
4 
2 

1 
4 


' 1 

! 3 

1 

1 2 

i 7 




8 
18 
5 
8 
6 




5 


Hall's Town 


1 




19 


Dock 




4 


Black Duck Pond 


1 

I 






3 


Bareneed 


7 






9 


Sandy Cove 


1 


i 

1 
i 






1 
1 
2 






Port de Grave 


2 
3 






5 


Ship Cove 


1 


i 
1 


1 



18 
14 

27 



38 
28 
79 



-CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



483 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


V 

+^ 

re 
O 

B« 
o h 
MS 

pi « 


BULLS 


SWINE 


W 

u 

CD 




"8 
■8 


< 

O 

to 

ns 

01 




T3 



,Q 

<D 
Sh 
3 
PL, 


bo 

1 

o 
u 
ffl 

[H 
O 

«H 


W 

In 

o 

« 


w 

M 

in 
CD 

o 


2 


11 

18 

8 

5 

3 




2 
1 


8 

21 

2 

1 

4 










3 














3 












1 


1 














1 








1 






















1 


2 

2 

5 

1 

4 

22 

13 

50 






2 
1 
6 






3 
1 


1 
1 




1 












1 
























1 










4 
14 

3 
33 










2 




1 












2 




1 






1 


1 


6 










3 



















484 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


CO 

u 
to 

01 

>< 

<N 

(-1 
> 


co 
U 
CO 
01 
>H 

CN 

^l 
01 

> 
O 


CO 

Sh 
CO 
01 
>H 

CM 

tj 
01 
> 


CO 

CO 

0) 


M 

U 

a 

0) 

i* 

IN 
01 

> 


CO 

u 

CO 
01 

i» 

M 

u 

01 

6 


CO 

tH 

CO 

CL) 

!* 
CN 

> 




O 

w 
0) 

u 

a 


CO 

a 

o 

3 

CO 

33 


O 

CO 
01 
CO 

8 


All Othe 
Under 2 


O 

w 

(-1 




o 

CO 
01 
CO 

u 
o 

w 


District Hr. Main-Bell Island 


216 


11 412 


16 


330 


2 


406 


Value, $ . 


21,600 

1 


250 


41,200 


1,200 


16,500 


150 


20,300 


St. Thomas 


3 
1 




11 
4 




6 
8 




9 


Paradise 




7 


Topsail Road 


9 




5 




3 




1 


Topsail 


19 




11 




3 




4 


Chamberlains 


4 
4 




9 
4 


1 


9 
6 




6 


Manuels 




7 


Long Pond 


15 





15 




30 




24 


Fox Trap 


7 


1 


11 


1 


39 


1 


23 


Codner (Middle Bight) 


9 


5 


1 


11 




2 


Kelligrews 


13 




3 




13 




2 


Riverdale 


2 
8 




2 
9 


1 


8 
12 




8 


Upper Gullies 


1 


8 


Lance Cove 


2 

2 , 

3 








1 
9 

5 




3 


Seal Cove 


4 
1 


1 


5 


Indian Pond 




3 


Duffs, Holyrood 






1 




7 






Holyrood South 


8 




2 




12 




3 


Holyrood Central 


2 




5 




8 




14 


Holyrood North 


4 




1 




10 




1-1 


2 




1 


1 


6 




6 




1 













1 


Lake View 


5 




2 


1 






16 


Chapel's Cove 


11 




11 




9 




9 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



485 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



a 



0) 



IN 



o s 



0) 

CO 

5 



T3 

■8 



STEERS 



<L> 
00 

< 



CO 

U 



o H 
MS 



CD 



cm 






BULLS 



(D 

-a 

CO 

I 



T3 



■8 



d, 



SWINE 



m 






CO 

o 

m 



bo 

K 






36 
1,080 



979 

58,740 

1- 

21 

13 

59 

34 

30 

7 

24 

24 

21 

26 

10 

17 

4 

11 

5 

1 

25 

28 

21 

9 

2 

16 

23 



2 
200 



15| 
750 



336 

1,400 
10 

7 
7 



18 

15 

11 

6 

7 

3 



21 

19 

16 

5 

3 

2 



4 
200 



500 



81 
2,025 



20 



30 

900 

6 

2 
3 

2 
12 

1 
1 



428 
6,420 



17 
3 

18 
12 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
8 
9 
5 



11 



486 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



CO 
CD 



CD 

> 

o 



HORSES 




w 






u 






cd 


CO 




<u 


1-1 




!* 


to 

CD 




CN 


>< 




<U 
> 

O 


CM 

h 
CD 
> 


CO 
N 
10 


w 


o 


|- 


H 




O 

• i-l 

3 


w 


o s 


a 

as 


o 





PONIES 



<D 
> 

o 



CO 
+-> 

w 



0) 

> 
O 



Harbour Main 

Avondale 

Middle Arm 

Brigus Junction 

Conception Harbour . 

Kitchuses 

Bacon Cove 

Colliers 

Marysvale 

Bell Island 



25 



18 

14] 
I 

1! 



17: 

71 

I 

6' 

27 

! 

91 

197! 



22 
18 

2 



26 
5 

2 
22 

7 
17 



40 

3 

4 

48 

D 

6 

34 

14 

40 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



487 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS' 


01 

O 
1 

a a 

OS 

S « 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 

[-. 
a 

OS 


CO 

6 


U 

■s 


0) 
60 

< 

o 
w 

U 
ctf 
<U 
>< 
IM 




T3 

a; 

n 

•8 

(1, 


BO 
ES 

'-3 

a 

0) 

cq 

S-l 

o 

& 

& 


w 

CO 
o 
pq 


WJ 

o 




61 

60 

1 

1 
83 
20 
12 
70 
21 






12 
22 


l 


1 






13 




l 






12 






















1 
25 

2 

4 
35 

3 
38 






















8 

1 




34 


2 










4 












j 


5 










9 
1 

1 6 


1 


1 

27 


3 










4 


21 


21£ 


1 
1 


8 




3 


i 226 










1 




1 



488 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



> 
O 



a! 



> 

o 

w 

a 

o 

3 

CO 

to 



CO 
CD 



> 

o 



o 



CO 
OJ 

5« 



;<n 



O v 



PONIES 



CO 



> 
O 



ft 

6 



o 

a 

CO 



CO 

(1) 



> 
O 



s 



District St. John's West 

Value, $ 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Southside : 

Freshwater Valley 

Boggy Hall Section 

Kilbride Section 

Blackhead Road 

Cape Spear 

Blackhead 

Petty Harbour 

Goulds 

Maddox Cove 

St. Phillips 

St. Phillips Hill 

Thorburn Road 

Portugal Cove 



139 

13,900 

- 2 

6 

31 

1 

6 

1 

9 

45 

15 



T 



2, 315 

500J 31,500 

1- 






33 
36 

6 
14 

2 

18 
48 
32 



1 

2 
41 

3 
33 
14 

7 
24 



24 



45 



1,8001 2,250 

i 



13 

2 
1 



14 



2 
150 



94 
4,700 



26 
7 
3 

18 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



489 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



CO 

CD 

_^ 

!=! H 



4 
120 



0) 
13 
to 





-a 

0) 

■8 

3 

On 



STEERS 



CO 
CD 



1,017 
61,020 



6 

21 

2 



1 

6 

69 

364 

171 



4 
6 
226 
21 
48 
11 
25 
36 



12 
600 



CD 

53 



13 

CD 






OS 



BULLS 



b 



208 
5,200 



4! 



5 
63 
28 



1 
64 
12 
11 
5 
2 
13 



18 
900 



SWINE 



no 
a 

% 

CD 

U 

cq 



13 


>H 


CD 


o 


U 


4H 


■s 


■5 


3 




Ph 


& 



41 



1,025 



30 



22 
660 





1| 





| 







2 




i-i 


| 




1 



I I 






CD 

.a 



245 
3,675 



11 



2( 3 

16| 105 
25 



36 

34 

10 

8 

9 



490 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 




w 






u 






to 


to 


u 


0) 




a 

0) 


>H 


IB 
0> 


>H 


<M 


!* 


<N 


U 
0) 


N 


U 


> 


01 

> 


01 

> 


O 


O 




O 


w 

0) 


j> 


0) 








tfl 


to 




§ 


ffi 


w 



PONIES 



to 

M 

to 
5' 



iN 



O a> 
3£ 



0) 

> 

O 



to 



c 
o 

3 
to 



to 



It 

> 

O 



o 
X 



District St. John's East 

Value, $ 

Ward 1 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Quidi Vidi 

Major's Path 

Nagle's Hill 

Flatrock 

Torbay 

Logy Bay 

Outer Cove 

Middle Cove 

Pouch Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Biscayan Cove 

Cape St. Francis 

Bauline 



■ I 164 
I I 

| 16,400] 

I 1- 



21 

221 

18! 

14| 

I 

201 

71 
I 

351 

141 

15| 

I 

7) 

7 
3 



4 
1,000 



224 
22,400 



3 
3 

10 

1 

18 

86 

19 

9 

38 

15 

10 

7 

2 

3 



36 
2,700 



220 
11,000 



1 
1 
2 
14 
4 
8 
2 
1 
1 



22 

I 

981 

5 



6 

44 

7 

1 



10 



21 152 
1501 7,600 



1 
6 
6 

Id 

63 
4 

10 
1 

34 



1 

1 

10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



491 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS- 


STEERS 


4) 


BULLS 


SWINE 










3 
-*-> 






































cd 




















U 




















73 

CD 






s? 






m 

u 

£8 
CD 






CD 

< 


8 g 
M cu 






"8 

CD 

u 










T3 


o 






13 


W 






A"* 




01 




i) M 




CD 


o 




Pn 


O <D 


ID 
•n 
a 


■a 

3 


CO 
CD 


73 

1=1 ,5 


01 

ca 


■8 

3 


is 


to 

Sh 

ctf 
O 


j3 


<t> 


1 


Pk 


CM 


<t> 


6 


fc 


& 


m 


o 


24 


981! 


21 


357 


28 




11 


16 


209 


720 


58,860 




1,050 


8,925 


1,400 




275 


480 


3,135 




3 






3 







1 






26 

8 

122 

292 

129 






2 




1 1 

i : 
' 




























23 
54 
21 


3 

10 
7 




7 
4 


4 
6 


14 









67 


1 




37 


1 


37 

160 

60 

34 




7 
1 


32 
152 


1 
2 






2 
2 


6 


15 




1 




39 






2 


9 
8 


1 






2 


3 


3 








1 


43 
50 
16 

1 






23 
19 










3 


2 




3 










34 


1 




2 


7 


1 








2 




1 
1 




6 


4 


3 








1 2 












1 



492 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 






co 








CO 








u 








u 








a 


to 






CO 


CO 




S-i 


CD 


u 




m 


(11 






to 

0) 


>H 


co 




CO 


> 


CD 




(* 


« 


> 




>H 


CM 


t« 


SETTLEMENTS 


IM 


£ 


IM 


CO 


(M 





IM 




u 
> 


> 
O 


U 
111 

> 


0J 


S-i 
> 


5 


CD 
> 




O 


a 


O 


3« 


o 


CO 


o 






c> 


<D 


** S-I 

o s 


4) 


_o 


O) 










T3 










Cfl 


co 


O 


S3 C 


ri 


CO 


o 




s 


M 


K 


<:& 


S 


CQ 


a 


District Ferryland 


26 


1 

3 

1 


47 


2 


258 


4 


432 


Value, $ 


2,600 


750 


4,700 


150 


12,900 


300 


21,60C 


Goulds 


1 


1 


11 




4 
9 




14 


Big Pond 






Bay Bulls 






1 




21 




60 


Witless Bay 










26 




39 


Mobile 










11 

21 

6 

2 

4 





fi 


Tor's Cove 










10 


Burnt Cove 










■7 


St Michael's 










2 


Bauline 












LaManche 












4 


Brigus South 










1 




8 


Island Cove 




J 










1 


Admiral's Cove, Cape Broyle 










1 


6 


Shore's Cove 







1 
1 












2 









14 




21 







1 




22 




13 


Aquaforte 


3 




5 




24 




30 


3 





2 





10 





7 













3 


St Bernard's 




1 










1 













13 


1 


4 


North Side 










1 




3 












1 




17 
















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



493 



Table 13. Livestock 



a 



M 



O <u 
3 a 



16 
480 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



ci 



708 

42,480 

62 

1 

57 

44 

18 

26 

6 

7 

7 

3 

4 

2 
2 
33 
42 
62 
27 
3 

11 

2 
17 



T3 
CD 

■8 

3 
Oh 



STEERS 



< 



150 



0) 

CO 

O 
■a 

4) 



BULLS 



OJ 



O 



01 



3 

a. 



SWINE 



M 

IS 

o 

ffl 



o 



o 

pq 



s 

CD 



72| 
1,800 



5 

14 
2 
2 
5 
1 



17 
850 



14 



210 



13 

1 



494 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



Kingman's 

Trixie's Cove 

St. Brendan's 

Blacksmith 

Bear Cove Point ... 

Renews 

Bear Cove 

Cappahayden 

Freshwater 

Cape Race 

Long Beach 

Drook 

Portugal Cove 

Biscay Bay 

Trepassey 

Trepassey Central.. 

Shoal Point 

Daniel's Point 

North West Arm . . 

Cape Pine 

St. Shott's 



HORSES 



a 
cu 



u 
cu 

> 
O 



co 

:* 

<M 

t-i 
CD 
> 
O 
m 

a 

o 

I — I 
CO 

w 



CO 
CD 



S3 

> 
o 



1-1 
o 



o 



CM 



O 5 

:=! c 



PONIES 



CO 
CU 



u 

0) 

> 
o 

w 

cu 
u 

CO 



u 

CO 

cu 



CO 

in 



CO 

cu 



> 
o 



o 



14 
2 

2 
1 



60 

9 

6 

1 



4 

4 

2£ 

26 

3 



1 
13 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



495 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


4) 


BULLS 




SWINE 












-M 




















CO 




















u 


















60 


73 

.2 « 






60 
0) 






(U 






<J 


K <u 












2* 




T5 


o 


^ 




T3 




en 
BO 


a™ 

O a) 


CD 

13 


0) 
Eh 

■s 


w 

t-l 

co 




0/ 
13 


01 


o 

CO 


u 


u 




to 

o 


p., : 


IM 


^ 


CO 

5 


s 


^ 
£ 


CO 

o 

m 


6 
















. 








5 
3 




1 




















1 










2 


27 

2 

16 






8 
4 
8 


















1 


























3 
3 
8 

7 
47 
12 






4 
1 


1 



































































2 


























39 

38 
7 

14 
2 
6 

32 




























































































! 














































496 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

u 
a 

01 

s* 

CM 

U 
CD 
> 

O 

w 
01 

s-i 
CO 


rn 

u 
a 
<u 

>< 

CM 

> 
o 

a 



"co 
to 


co 
u 
CO 
<u 

>* 

CM 

u 

0) 

> 
O 

w 

11) 

w 
O 

w 


s 

1* 

J: 


e 

CO 

1* 

CM 

ti 
O) 

> 
O 

w 
01 
Sh 
CO 

a 


w 

(-. 

CO 
0) 

CM 

a 

o 

3 

CO 


CO 
Ih 

S 3 

41 

i* 

CM 

> 

o 

CO 

<u 

CO 

H 

o 


Dist. of Placentia & St. Mary's 
Value, $ 


108 
10,800 


6 

1,500 

[ 


~] 

76 
7,600 


23 
1,725 


251 
12.550 


11 

825 


311 
15,550 


Peter's River 




1 









1 
1 


6 


Middle Gut 






1 

2 
2 




2 
5 
2 
7 
4 
1 
21 
7 
3 
1 


4 








1 




21 




1 









16 


Point La Haye 

Gulch 




1 


10 











7 


Path End 




1 
1 






4 


St. Mary's 

Cout's Pond 


1 

1 




1 


1 


15 

7 




■ 


2 




22 


Mall Bay , ... 


1 




9 


1 
5 
4 




1 








Mussel Pond 

St. Catherine's 

Mount Carmel 








3 
















8 










17 




6 


1 
1 
2 
3 
2 




4 

1 
1 


















3 

12 
4 
2 
2 




2 


1 




14 






9 








1 












2 






1 [ 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



497 



Table 13. Livestock 



(COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



w 
u 

CO 
V 

O oi 
3 a 



22 
660 



0) 
T3 

B 




0) 



■8 



3 



STEERS 



CD 
60 

<! 



CO 



1 

1,3781 

82,680| 

1- 

15 

15 

39 

21 

18 

4 

3 
48 

8 
52 
18 

4 
12 
10 

8 
43 
10 

7 
38 
17 
11 

8 



4 
400 



35 
1,750 



OI 
CO 

U 

■8 



w. 



O S 
— ■a 



739 

18,475 

6 

6 

12 
5 



22 
1 

18 
3 
3 
1 

4 

17 

2 

22 

23 

4 

6 

6 



BULLS 



o> 



90 
4,500 



■8 



3 
Oh 



SWINE 



60 

a 

<u 

In 

cq 



o 
53 



1 
25 



Sh 
CO 
O 

m 



7 
210 



S 

t-i 
OJ 

.c 



80 
1,200 



498 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


w 

u 
a 
cd 

!* 
CN 

CD 
> 

O 

in 
<U 

u 


CO 

u 
a 

<D 

>H 

IN 

t-t 
CD 

> 

o 

co 

C 


"rt 
-m 

'«) 


w 

u 

a 

0) 
>H 

CM 

H 
0) 

> 
O 

W 

CD 
W 

Jh 
O 

X 


All Others 
Under 2 Years 


Mares Over 2 Years 


en 

s 

CD 

J* 

CN 

(-1 
CD 

6" 

w 
C 

-2 
i— i 

CO 

w 


en 

S-i 

a 

CD 

CM 

In 
CD 
> 
O 

W 
OJ 
OT 
Jh 
O 

a 


Colinet 


3 





1 


1 


8 

1 
4 




o 


John's Pond .... 






North Harbour 










l 


10 


Garden Cove 












Beckford 






1 











Branch 






12 




42 


East Cove 












Point Lance 


7 


1 


2 


1 






3 


Golden Bay 




1 


Lear's Cove 














2 


St. Bride's 


8 

4 
7 
5 
1 
6 
2 
2 

IT 

12 

5 




12 

7 

e 

3 


3 
2 
3 
1 


10 

1 

1 




11 


Custlett 

Patrick's Cove 

Gooseberry 

Ship Cove 

Great Barrisway 

Little Barrisway 

Placentia, 9. E 

Placentia Junction 




3 


3 

1 


l 


1 


2 
3 


2 


















11 

4 




7 
5 
1 






2 




















7 

6 
2 




14 


2 1 

1 










2 


1 





3 












CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



499 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 

1 


CO 

O 

V 
to 

S g 

JjCN 


BULLS 




SWINE 




u 

CO 

%™ 

3 a 


<u 

cO 

3 


X) 
CD 

■8 

s- 
3 
0< 


0) 
< 

O 

VI 
M 
CO 

CN 


0) 

CO 

u 
C5 


T3 

•8 

5-4 


g 

V 
SI 
<D 
Sh 

ffl 

!h 
O 
«H 

O 

03 


to 

Jh 

CO 
O 

pq 


E 

CD 

o 


1 


16 

4 

19 

2 






6 

2 

18 

1 

1 

66 










n 


















1 
















































1 


93 




3 


6 






















26 

1 

5 

99 

27 

29 

21 

8 

17 

6 

4 

38 

36 

13 

1 

32 

33 

23 

1 

1 






33 

1 

7 

129 

42 

24 

19 

11 

11 

8 

4 

37 

13 


5 
1 
2 
18 
9 
4 
1 
2 
2 



































1 




6 




























































































i 

I 






2 




1 
4 




1 


j 

1 






1 
! 


1 










4 



1 
















1 


2 






22 
2 
6 






1 


1 














i 
















2 



















500 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



CO 
CD 




> 
o 



a 

cu 



u 

cu 

> 

o 
c 

o 

s 



CD 
> 

o 



5" 

O <u 



PONIES 



TO 

CD 



CD 

> 

o 



o 

3 



CO 
CD 



CD 

> 
o 



B 



Marquise 

Argentia '.. .. 

Fox Harbour 

Ship Harbour 

Long Harbour 

Famish Cove 

Tickle Harbour Station 
Little Harbour East . ... 

La Manche 

Southern Harbour 

Arnold's Cove 

Come-by-Chance 



I 



19 
11 
16 

4 
11 

2 



4 
5 
6 
18 
3 



11 

8 

21 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



501 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


CD 
CO 

o 

•n 

CD 

o JS 

K <D 
jKcM 


BULLS 


SWINE 


M 

a 

O cd 

•a 


CD 

O 


cd 

JO 
CD 


CD 
< 

o 
w 
a 

CD 

>< 


CD 

CO 

5 


xt 

CD 
H 

■8 


bO 
CD 

m 

O 
W 


w 

u 
CO 

o 
W 


W) 

E 

S-) 

CD 

O 


8 


127 

164 

26 

13 

33 

7 

1 

8 

12 

12 

8 

7 






35 
20 
14 

5 
24 


9 
3 

1 




i 




22 


1 






a 



















4 














6 














3 




















































2 






















! 








1 

7 










| 






1 


1 








i 
i 












i 



502 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



re 

CD 



01 

> 
O 



u 
re 

CD 



> 

o 

g 



w 



re 

CD 

I* 



CD 
> 

o 



X 



w 

S-c 

re 

CD 

O <u 

-^ 'O 



PONIES 



re 

CD 



CD 
> 

O 



a 
o 



CQ 



re 

CD 



CD 

> 

o 



District Placentia West . 

Value, $ 

Red Island 

Harbour Buffett 

Port Royal 

Kingwell 

Spencer's Cove 

Haystack 

Brewley 

Indian Harbour 

Merasheen 

Harbour Island 

Best's Harbour .... 

Broad Cove 

Iona 

Black River 

North Barbour 

Swift Current 

Sound Island 

Woody Island 

Bar Haven 

Prowestown „.. 

Davis Cove 

Clattice Harbour 



36 
3,600 



80 
;,000 



10 
750 



31 
1,550 



15 
1,125 



61 
3,050 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



503 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



co 



OS 

s a 
<0 



CD 
T3 

CO 



"8 



3 

E 



STEERS 



01 

< 



CO 



CO 

O 

■8 



w 



BULLS 



a 



o 






co 
■a 

CO 

5 



73 

0) 
Sh 

41 
!h 
3 
Ph 



SWINE 



to 
a 

pq 



o 
01 



I 



CO 

o 



by 

E 



CO 

43 



11 
330 



359 

21,540 
16 

17 
4 
7 
9 

11 
1 
2 

11 
2 
4 
1 
3 
2 
7 
1 
3 
4 

12 
2 
5 
3 



400 



170 

4,250 

11 

6 
4 
6 
1 
3 



17 
850 



1 

125 



6 
150 



7 
210 



15 
225 



504 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HO 




w 




u 




as 


tn 


CD 


CO 
CD 


!* 


>< 


CM 


<M 


a 


U 


> 


CD 

> 


o 


O 






o 


OJ 


~ 






CO 


co 


§ 


M 



CO 

01 



0) 

> 
O 



o 



CO 
CD 

ex 

o S 
_ "o 





PONII 








!-H 




CO 


h 


CD 


CO 
CD 


>H 


>< 


<N 


CM 


fe 


U 
CD 

> 


'6 


O 






o 


CD 


a 


K 


f-H 


CO 


CO 


S 


w 



CO 
CD 



8 

> 

o 



» 



Little Paradise ... 

Isle Valen 

St. Leonard's .... 

St. Kyran's 

Presque 

Great Bona 

Great Paradise ... 

Monkstown 

Darby's Harbour 

Petit Forte 

St. Joseph's 

Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove .. .. 

Oderin 

Baine Harbour ... 

Rushoon 

Creston South . ... 
Marystown South 

Beau Bois 

Little Bay 

Duricle 

Tides Point 

Tides Cove 

Fox Cove 

Mortier 



1 
1 

21 
3 

11 
2 
1 
1 

14 



1 [ [ 



5 i i 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



505 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS 


OVER 




2 YEARS' | 


m 






u 






CO 






<u 






%> 






<u „ 




T3 


fl N 




CD 


53 , 






o S 


T3 


•8 i 


3 G 


CO 


3 


<£ 


o 


CM 



STEERS 



I 



3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

61 
I 

II 

""I 

41 

17 

6 

4 

3 

19 

18 

3 

17 

4 

2 

1 

13 

12 



CD 

on 
< 



cO 
U 



-a 

CD 



8 b 



CD 



CM 



U CD 

1=1 c 



1 

10 



2 
13 



BULLS 



0) 
TS 

CO 

o 



-8 



3 

Cm 



SWINE 



ho 
C 

% 

CD 

!-l 






CO 

o 
05 



oo 



CD 



506 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 






u 

01 

> 

o 



CO 

o> 



CU 
> 

O 

CO 

c 

O 

CO 



CO 
0> 



0) 

> 
O 



o 



CO 
0) 

O S 



PONIES 



CO 



u 

0) 

> 

o 



Sh 

CO 



CO 
-t-» 

w 



CO 

01 

>4 



O" 

> 

o 



o 

w 



Rock Harbour 

Jean de Bay 

Davis Island 

Red Harbour 

Spanish Room ... 

Mooring Cove 

Marystown North 
Creston North ... 



14 

7 

14 

10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



507 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


All Other Horned Cattle 
Under 2 Years 


BULLS 


SWINE 


w 
u 
a 

%™ 
O <u 

S S3 


CO 

3 


Purebred 


2 Years of Age 


CD 

a 

u 




u 


(3 

■rH 

CO 

Si 

w 

o 
w 


w 
o 

w 


'A 
E 

XI 
o 




6 
8 




















































1 




1 
16 
19 
31 

12 
























8 
16 
28 
13 










■ 


1 
4 






1 

2 














3 


i 

3| 




1 




1 








1 






| 



508 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 














w 








u 
















CO 


W 






CO 


VI 






<u 


IH 




!h 


CD 






CS 


>< 


CO 
CD 




CO 
CD 


>H 


9 

CD 




!* 


CM 


i» 




^ 


CM 


>* 


SETTLEMENTS 


eg 


f* 


CM 


w 


CM 


U 


CM 




CD 

> 


> 

O 


U 

> 


CO 

CD 


CD 

> 


h 


u 

CD 
> 




O 


a 


O 


%™ 


o 


VI 

a 


O 




0) 


o 


CD 


o s 


c3 


O 


<u 




u 






■a 










cd 


CO 


O 


1=1 a 


CO 




o 




§ 


to 


w 


<t2 


a 


w 


a 


District of Burin 


9 


1 


69 


2 


93 


13 


216 


Value, $ 


900 


250 


6,900 


150 


4,900 


975 


10,800 


Port au Bras 














2 


Bull's Cove 










1 
2 




3 


Path End 












Burin North ... 






1 




5 


Ship Cove 










1 




Collin's Cove 
















Kirby's Cove ... 










i i 
1 i ... 


Mosquito Cove 










2 






Step a Side 

















Great Burin . 










2 






Shalloway 












Whale Cove ... 


























3 


1 


1 











2 






Sandy Point 

The Droke 














1 














2 












1 














5 


1 


4 


Salt PoncL 










4 




4 










1 




8 










5 




3 












1 














1 














3 




9 













CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



509 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS 
2 YJ 


y; 








cz 




O) 




^ 




Z* 




O cd 
■a 

:=! c 


4) 

CO 
Sh 


<D 






YEARS 



161 

i 

480 



T3 
CD 
S-. 

•8 

3 

a, 



STEERS 



cu 
M 

< 



0) 

CO 

O 

TS 
CD 
fi 
S-l 

O 

K 



BULLS- 



OS 
si 



CD 
cd 

o 



854| 

j 

51,240 



313| 

I 

15,650 



376 

9,400 



22 
1,100 



■a 

CD 






SWINE 



60 

c 

n 

CD 
S-< 

M 






14 
350 



o 



B0 

s 



31 
930 



57 
855 



14 
8 
6 

12 



1 

1 
1 
4 
12 
2 
3 
9 
4 
2 



10 
11 

9 
16 

2 

15 



5 

3 

5 

14 

1 

10 



510 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


« 

it 
co 
<a 

CM 

U 

> 
O 

to 
CD 

u 

CO 


CO 

u 
a 
<u 

>H 
CM 

U 

> 
O 
co 

a 
o 

i — i 
03 

ta 


co 
u 
a 

CM 

u 

CD 

> 
O 

co 
CD 
co 
u 
o 

w 


W 

U 

O a? 
s a 


to 

h 

• CO 

cd 

CM 

(H 
0) 
> 

O 

8 

1 


CO 

(H 

CO 
CD 
S* 
CM 

!h 
CD 

.2 
i— i 
cd 

W 


w 

l-( 

CO 

£ 

CM 

& 

> 

o 

CO 
CD 
CO 
Si 
O 

W 


Wandsworth 










2 
1 
2 
2 
12 
2 




6 


Lanse a L'Eau 














Conbin 












6 


Little St. Lawrence 






1 




2 


St. Lawrence 








10 


Lawn 












11 


Roundabout 










1 


Lord's Cove 










10 
3 
8 
2 
8 
1 




9 


Taylor's Bay 










6 


Point aux Gaul 










13 


Lamaline East 




j 




] 


Lamaline West 








5 


Meadows 








2 


Allan's Island 










High Beach 












8 


Calmer 




J 








7 


Lourdes 


1 










1 




12 


Green Island 










1 


Dantzic Cove 












4 
2 

1 
2 


1 


Point Crepe 










1 

1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 


14 


Fortune 

Grand Bank 

Molliers 


1 

2 


l 


3 
13 


2 


10 

28 

5 

1 

7 
7 


Grand Beach 




Frenchman's Cove 








Garnish 


6 


51 









CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



511 



Table 13. Livestock 



I* 



O 3 



11 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



to 



6 

1 
3 

12 

89 

84 

3 

35 

17 

13 

16 

30 

14 

9 

11 

10 

30 

1 

2 

31 

48 

129 

10 

24 

10 

68 



3 
Ph 



STEERS 



(U 
M 
< 



CO 



1 

7 
38 
25 

15 
12 

8 
19 

8 
HI 

4 

1 

I 

15 



20 
18 
36 

5 
19 

5 
41 



CO 

O 



M CO 



2 
7 

41 

58 
1 

16 
9 
7 
8 

15 
2 
2 
8 
3 
6 

1 

25 

20 

46 

2 

7 

4 

11 



BULLS 



CD 

■a 

CO 

u 
O 



•3 

CD 

■8 



SWINE 



M 

R 

cu 
M 



£ 
£ 



o 

pq 



3 

3 
2 

1 

1 

I 

11 
2 



60 
£ 

O) 

43 



3 

15 
31 

2 
1 



512 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 


SETTLEMENTS 


co 
u 
co 

CU 
CO 

u 
o> 

> 
O 

CO 
01 

^1 
to 

s 


w 
U 
co 
cu 
>< 

CN 

Sh 
CU 
> 
O 
co 

a 

% 

'a 


CO 

u 
co 
<u 

X 

CN 

H 

CU 
> 

O 

co 
<U 

CO 

u 
o 

X 


CO 

u 

co 

J" 

SX 

o 8 

3B 


co 
(-< 
a 

O) 

>h 

CM 

U 

cu 
> 
O 

co 

cu 
u 
co 


w 

u 

CO 
CU 

CN 

u 
CU 

co 

a 
o 

3 

CO 
CO 


CO 

tl 

CO 

CN 

Sh 
CU 
> 

o 

CO 

CU 

CO 

u 
o 

X 


Dist. Fortune Bay-Hermitage 
Value, $ 


1 1 

63 
6,300 


14 
3,500 


20 
2,000 


1 

75 


12 

600 


4 
300 


5 
250 


Point Enragee 














Grand John 


| 










Langue de Cerf 


! 












St. Bernard's 


3 


1 
1 












Jacques Fontaine .. 


1 










Bay r Argent 








2 
1 




Little Bay East 








Little Harbour East . .. 










Harbour Mille 














Terrenceville .. 








1 






Grand le Pierre ... 














English Harbour East 
















Bay de l'Eau 














Femme 




1 
1 












Long Harbour Beach 




1 












Hoop Cove 














































Hare Harbour 
















Rencontre East 
















Bay du Nord 
















Turnip Cove 















































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



513 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


All Other Horned Cattle 
Under 2 Years 


BULLS 


SWINE 


S-. 
CO 
CD 

oS 

■a 
=i a 


CD 
CO 

u 



13 

CD 

*-< 

3 
CM 


cu 

M 

<! 

O 
m 

CO 
CU 

S* 


CU 
T3 

CO 


T3 
CU 

■8 

3 


CI 

•i-t 

■8 

cu 
u 

ffl 

ti 
o 

C/] 

& 
O 


02 

CO 

o 


w 
on 

E 

cu 

o 




403 




117 

5,850 


188 

4,700 


35 

1,750 




10 

250 


16 

480 


5 




24,180 






75 














7 

1 

5 

16 

7 

23 

16 

6 

13 

28 

1 

18 

8 

4 

2 

3 

1 

4 

4 

3 

7 




5 


1 

1 
1 
3 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 




































1 


4 


5 
















6 
3 
3 
3 

23 
3 

13 
2 
1 
1 








































2 
1 
1 














1 
























2 














1 
1 


























































2 
1 



















































1 
















1 


1 






1 




i 










] 


! 


19 




8 


1 


3 






5 


4 


; 









514 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 




W 






U 






CO 


co 




<D 




CO 


^ 


CO 


>H 


c-j 


!* 


<N 


u 
a) 


CN 


U 


> 


cu 
> 

o 

■ w 


CU 
> 

' o 

w 


o 

CO 

a 
o 








a 


to 




§ 


M 


w 



O cu 



> 

O 



PONIES 



re 
cu 



CU 

6 



W 



cu 
> 

o 



o 



Belleoram 

St. Jacques 

English Harbour West 

Mose Ambrose 

Boxey 

St. John's Bay 

Coomb's Cove 

Wreck Cove 

Millers Passage 

Little Bay West 

Jersey Harbour 

Harbour Breton 

Mercer's Cove (Brunette) . 
Forward's Cove (Brunette) 

Dawson's Cove 

Seal Cove 

Grole 

Hermitage 

Furby's Cove 

Gaultois 

Burnt Woods 

Conne 

Head of Conne 

Morrisville 

Milltown ■:£ 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



515 



Table 13. Livestock 



CO 
CD 

\> 



OS 

a a 



ICOWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



T3 



a 



4 
5 

15 
3 
4 
3 
7 
8 
4 

13 
7 
5 

21 

29 
4 

16 
1 

1 
1 
3 
3 

II 



-a 
cu 



3 

a, 



STEERS 



CD 

< 



CO 
CD 



16 



1 
5 
1 
3 
11 



CD 
3 



O 

1 



o S 



U CD 



1 
15 



28 
4 
3 

1 
1 

3 

3 
2 



BULLS 



CD 
13 

CO 

s 



■a 

CD 



3 



SWINE 



cm 

3 

CD 

CQ 



o 
01 



CO 

o 
CQ 



6y 






516 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 




PONIES 
















M 




























ed 


w 






CO 


m 










u 




h 


01 








CO 


^ 


a 

01 




to 

01 


^ 


<u 






!* 


CM 


^ 




>H 


CM 


J* 




SETTLEMENTS 


cm 

u 
oi 
> 
O 


U 
> 

o 

in 


U 

> 
O 


0) 

si* 


01 

> 

o 


S 


S3 
> 
o 






w 

0) 


o 


en 


o s 


Xfl 

01 


o 

3 


01 

w 






CO 


cd 




s 6 


CO 




o 






% 


w 


w 


<£> 


s 


w 


s 




Head of Bay d'Espoir 

S^. Joseph's 

St Alban's 










1 
































3 




< 


1 4 

















NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



517 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


CD 


BULLS 


SWINE 




























CO 




















U 




















T3 






M 














CD 






C 






w 

CO 
CD 








E8 






OJ 






£>< 






«H 


^^ 






CQ 




CO 


O <u 




T3 


o 


<u~l 




Tj 








cu 

CO 

5 


CD 

■s 


w 

M 

CO 
CD 

i» 

CM 


J3 N 


CD 
CO 

3 


CD 

3 


o 


tfl 

^1 
CO 
o 

ffl 


Ok 
O 




12 
10 
21 




32 

5 

19 


5 

5 

23 


3 
3 
3 






-. 1 










I 








1 


2 


1 








] 



518 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



> 
O 



CO 
CD 



o 


> 


m 


o 


a 

o 


0) 










CO 


o 


to 


ffl 



CO 

cu 

O 8 

3 (3 



PONIES 



CO 

cu 



> 

o 



(3 
o 

a 
w 



CO 

cu 



cu 

> 
o 



a 



District Burgeo and LaPoile 

Value, $ 

Rencontre West 

Ramea 

Burgeo 

East Bay 

North Bay 

Little Bay 

West Point 

Petites 

Harbour le Oou 

Rose Blanche 

Port aux Basques 

Channel 

Lake's Brook 

Mouse Island 

Grand Bay East 

Grand Bay West 

Rocky Barachoix 

Long Grade Farm 

Osborne's 

Cape Ray 



I 

10: 

I 

1,000 



5| 

I 

1,250 



700| 



I 
181 

900 



6 
450 



J_ 



2 
10 



250 



NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted.. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 
Table 13. Livestock 



519 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 




5,280| 



STEERS 


a) 






-t-^ 




rt 




O 




13 




c> 


CD 


s™ 


w> 


w3 


< 


o 


^ 
»« 






S 


O 5) 


>H 


T3 

3 fl 


CM 


<t> 



250 



26 



650 



EULLS 



•a 

0) 



0) 
T3 

a 
O 



150 



SWINE 



to 
a 



m 



i 



4 
100 



o 



3 

90 



be 



24 
360 



15 



520 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



u 
v 
> 
O 



u 

> 

O 

a 

o 



a 
to 



u 

> 

o 



o 

X 



O S 



PONIES 



to 



> 
O 
w 

01 

c8 



<U 



a 

o 

■ — i 

ca 
w 



C8 



> 
O 



o 

X 



District of St. George-Port 
au Port 



Value, $ 

Red Rocks 

Wreck House 

McDougall's Gulch 

St. Andrews 

Tompkins 

Searston 

Upper Ferry 

Doyles 

Overfall 

South Branch 

O'Regans 

Great Codroy 

Millville 

Woodville 

Codroy and Cape Anguille 

Middle Barachoix 

Jeffrey's 

St. David's 

St. Fintan's 

Loch Leven 

Highlands 

Codroy Pond 

Five Mile Pool 



277 
27,700 



12 
13 
11 
11 



T 



161 

61 

131 

61 
21 



61 

12! 

II 



71 
2 



7 
1,750 



269 
26,900 



1 
9 
11 
14 
6 
3 



30 
2,250 



65 
3,250 



10 

7i 

I 

6 

5 

2 

22 

10 

9 

9 

3 

5 

6 



4 
300 



53 
2,650 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



521 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



STEERS 



01 
01 

Sim 

O 0> 



T3 



T3 
0> 
Ih 

Xi 

U 



o> 



01 
CO 

O 

01 



W 



BULLS 



cq 



U 0) 

■a 
a a 



o> 
■a 

CO 



■a 

01 



3 



SWINE 



BO 

a 

% 

01 

Sh 

m 



53 



cq 



S 

c 



7 
210| 



1,668 
100,080 



24 404 1,172 

I I 

2,400- 20,200| 29,300 



83 1 10 71 

I i 
4,150| 1,250] 1,775 



28 
840 



315 

4,725 



1 

4 

10 

64 

63 

71 

42 

16 

1 

57 

44 

40 

17 

5 

66 

26 

32 

27 

5 

7 

30 

6 

2 



2 

10 

11 

7 

1 

26 

1 

3 

16 

1 

9 

4 

2 



2 
2 
40 
69 
37 
23 
15 



38 
39 
38 
19 
6 
61 



2 

5 

12 





| 














1 


2 
5 
3 
1 


1 

1 

1 



1 


2 

3 

3 

1 
1 

6 


2 




3 
15 
15 
17 


4 




16 
2 












3 


2 








7 


1 


3 




16 
17 






1 
2 
4 


1 

2 


7 






7 




1 

1 


20 




4 




11 


2 








2 




2 






1 










1 


7 


1 


15 


2 


i 
1 








| 



522 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



> 
O 



a 

CD 



> 

O 

a 

Q 






> 

O 



o 



O 5 



PONIES 



0) 

I* 



> 
O 



> 

o 

a 
o 



3 I 



w 



CO 

CD 



0) 

> 

o 



Rainy Brook 

Cartyville 

Robinson's 

Robinson's Station ... . 

Heatherton ... 

Fischell's 

Fischell's Siding 

Shallop Cove 

Muddy Hole 

Flat Bay 

St. Teresa's 

Journois 

Matt's Point 

Barachoix 

St. George's 

Sandy Point 

Stephenville 

Kippen's 

Stephenville Crossing 

Black Duck 

Dump Pool 

Jack Burke's 

Harry's Brook 

Spruce Brook 

Howard's 



2 
11 

2 

14 

4 



1 
12 

1 

25 

2 

7 
1 



10| 

I 

3 

27J 
1 



II 

3i 

i 
II 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



523 



C3 



tM 



OS 
S a 



COWS 


OVER 


2 YEARS 




13 




<D 




^ 


0) 


XI 


T) 


D 


CS 


^H 




3 


5 


Ph 



20 

42 

7 

20 

5 

1 

41 

13 

10 

18 

11 

6 

4 

75 

21 

143 

12 

28 



STEERS 



< 



13 
4 

21 

8i 
67| 
12| 
17) 

3: 



o 

T3 
0) 

a 



X 



c-a 



OS 
pi c 



12 
24 
1 
11 
2 
1 
2 
4 
5 



6 
3 

46 
12 
61 
7 
28 



BULLS 



T3 

o 



T3 
0) 



3 
On 



C 
<P 

cq 



o 



SWINE 



m 



V 

O 



1 

15 

2 



2 
11 

2 
19 

1 
16 



524 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



HORSES 



01 

> 
O 



CO 
cd 



CD 
> 
O 
CO 

a 
o 

"3 



CD 

o 



o 



CO 
CD 

O CD 

_ t3 

a e 



PONIES 



CD 
> 
O 



CO 
73 



CD 



CD 
> 

o 



o 



Port au Port 

Felix Cove 

Goose Pond Road . 

Bellman's Cove 

Aguathuna 

Boswarlos 

Romaine's Brook . . 

Point au Maul 

Fox Island River ... 
Campbell's Creek . 
Abraham's Cove ... . 

Jerry's Nose 

Tom Touohe's Cove 

Ship Cove 

Lower Cove 

Sheave's Cove 

March's Point 

Red Brook 

De Grau 

Cape St. George 

Mainland 

Three Rock Cove .. 

Salmon Cove 

Lourdes 

Winter House 



11 I 

1 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



525 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



CO 



CM 



OS 

S a 



-a 

a 



-a 

CD 



■8 



3 



STTEERS 



60 



CO 
CD 



CO 

IP 



o s 

to 
PI c 



BULLS 



CO 



t3 

cd 



■8 



SWINE 



60 

d 

'"8 

CD 
U 

m 



£ 
£ 



CO 
o 
ffl 



70 




16 
3 


45 
22 


1 
7 


1 




12 


18 




2 




2 


4 


1 






R 




1 


1 










4 


6 






1 






4 


90 


5 
1 
2 
3 
2 


24 

2 

5 

11 

21 

2 

2 

6 

12 

5 

7 

30 

11 

25 

35 

34 

20 

10 

42 

29 






2 


4 














5 














14 




1 
3 










33 

4 


2 


1 


3 


2 


2 
1 


5 












1 

1 




q 






2 
1 
1 
1 

1 




2 


1 


10 




3 




2 


4 








q 




3 

8 

1 

4 

15 









1 


94 




4 


2 


3 


fi 






?,l 




3 

1 





3 
3 
1 
4 

2 
5 
2 


1 
4 




4q 




5 


■?6 




4 


I 
3! 


1 


26 




4 


4 




2 


8 


8 








?fi 




6 

11 


ll 

1 
21 


3 


2 


35 

















DO 
E 

CD 
,£1 



526 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 














CO 








fH 








tn 








rt 


CO 






CO 


CO 






QJ 


U 




!-. 


0) 






CO 


JH 


a 




CO 
41 


!* 


CO 
(11 




>< 


(M 


!H 




>H 


IN 


!* 


SETTLEMENTS 


CM 


Iri 


M 


co 


CN 


IS 


CN 




> 


> 
O 


c-c 

> 


cu 


> 


6 


> 




o 


CO 

fi 


o 


.8* 


O 


c 


o 




CO 


O 


OJ 


O S 


5P 

11 


o 

.a 


111 










T3 










co 




o 




CO 


CO 

W 




Black Duck Brook .. 


3 






1 


1 
1 




1 


Long Point 

Tea Cove 






















West Bay 

Piccadilly 


3 












4 






2 




3 




6 


1 






1 

















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



527 



Table 13. Livestock 





iCOWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


o 


BULLS 




SWINE 












-*j 




















CO 




















U 




















T3 






60 

.a 






w 






CU 








■R 






CO 
CD 






< 
















r— 


*H 
O 


^ 




■Q 


m 




BO 


g 






w 


.c M 




cu 


o 




fX, 


O oj 

S 13 


cu 

T3 


■s 


a 


All O 
Undei 


cu 
•73 


•s 


«. 






CO 




3 


CM 


CO 






CO 

o 
M 


S3 
O 




26 
11 
3 
16 
28 
11 




5 
1 
1 
6 

4 


31 
8 
4 

19 

27 

14 


4 




1 












































1 




1 


1 

1 


3 

















528 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Humber 

Value, $ 

Howley 

Junction Brook 

Halcyon 

Nicholsville 

Deer Lake West 

Lake Siding 

Little Harbour 

Pasadena 

South Brook 

Deer Lake 

Humbermouth 

Corner Brook 

Curling 

Petries 

Georgetown 

Mount Moriah 

Cook's Pond and Siding 

Halfway Point 

Benoit's Cove 

John's Beach 

Voy's Beach 

Frenchman's Cove 

Little Port 



HORSES 



> 

O 



as 



u 
a> 
> 
O 



a 

Q 

3 

CO 

5 



CO 



a) 
> 
O 



o 



J3" 

o s 



PONIES 



CO 



V 

> 

O 



247 
24,700 



10 

5 

188 

7 
2 
2 
3 
1 
3 
2 



7 
1,750 



120 
12,000 



14 
1,050 



1 

4 

17 

13 

I 
20j 

7 1 

3: 

l 

2| 
4j 
lj 
li 

1 



109 
5,450 



c0 



> 

o 

a 
o 

3 

CO 



18 

10 

16, 

4 1 

8; 

4 



12 
900 



c0 

CO 



CD 
> 

o 



o 

X 



126 
6,300 



10 
A 

19 
3 

11 
8 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



529 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



W>H 



OS 
3 a 



43j 
1,290| 



01 

OS 

5 



563) 

i 

33,780| 

1- 

7 

2 

2 

16 

13 



15 
44 
33 
23 
6 
20 

7 
8 



6 
11 






STEERS 



cu 
M 

< 



CO 

CU 



187 
9,350 



10 



19 



12 
1 
2 
6 
3 



CO 

U 

e« 

(J a) 

3 a 
3D 



;cn 



219 

5,475 



13 

7 
7 
9 
7 
27 

7 
9 



63 
3,150 



BULLS 




SWINE 






BjO 








a 
















TS 








4i 








<u 








i-t 








m 






T3 


U 






0J 


O 






Sh 


m 




01 


,Q 




w 


T3 


1j 


& 


u 


CO 




CO 


U 


3 




o 


c5 


0< 


t/3 


W 



84 
2,100 



3 
3 

7 
4 

18 
7 
2 

20 
5 



45 
1,350 



be 



0J 

si 



88 
1,320 



1C 
28 



13 
2 



11 



530 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



Batteau Cove 

Lark Harbour 

York Harbour 

Chimney Cove 

Hughe's Brook 

Irishtown 

Summerside 

Meadows 

Gillams 

Mclvers 

Brake's Cove 

Cox's Cove 

Penguin Arm ... 

Goose Arm 

Innismara 

Wood's Island Harbour 



CD 

> 
O 



HORSES 



> 
O 



w 



0) 

> 

o 



o 
K 



I I 



CO 

O S 

s a 



> 

O 



PONIES 





> 


w 


C) 


a 




O 

3 


<1J 






CO 


O 


W 


ffi 



3 

3 

2 

7 

2 

15 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



531 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


4) 

-*> 
CO 
U 

•e 

cu 

F CO 

o h 

i-h CO 
HI CU 

-a 


BULLS 


SWINE 


u 
co 
V 

Si ^ 


CU 

■a 

CO 

u 

(3 


CD 
U 

•8 

3 
Oh 


<u 

< 

O 

W 

CO 
0) 

>H 

CN 


cu 

CO 

5 


f 

3 


3 

CD 

M 
o 

o 


CO 
o 

cq 


m 
Of 

CU 

Si 

o 




14 

59 

20 

21 

3 

9 

32 

60 

34 

36 

9 

11 




2 

6 

2 

8 

1 

10 

14 

16 

23 

19 

5 

15 


6 

28 

3 

21 

2 

4 

8 

10 

10 

15 

1 
















3 
























1 
2 
6 

15 
5 

11 














l 


1 




1 






4 

1 




l 

4 
1 


3 

5 
2 


6 


1 












5 






1 












: 






























1 
2 

4 










1 




21 
10 




2 


3 

i 




1 



























532 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 



CO 



> 

O 



nf 



HORSES 




w 






i-l 






ctf 


w 




CD 


(-1 




>H 


CO 
CD 




<M 


>H 




U 


CM 


w 


> 

O 


S-l 
CD 
> 


CO 

CD 


w 


O 


s- 


a 




o 


<v 


O S 






T3 


CO 


o 





PONIES 



CO 
CD 




> 
o 



a 

CD 



CD 

in 

a 
o 

=1 



w 



o 



District St. Barbe ... 

Value, $ 

Trout River 

Curzon Village 

Woody Point 

Muddy Brook 

Winter House Brook 

St. Joseph's Cove 

Shoal Brook 

Silver Point 

Birchy Head 

Silverton 

Glenburnie 

Lomond 

Eastern Arm 

Neddie's Harbour . ... 

Gad's Harbour . 

Norris Point 

Wild Cove 

Rocky Harbour 

Bear Cove 

Woody Cove 

Lobster Cove 

Baker's Brook 

Green Point 



18 
1,800 



5 
1,250 



18 
1,800 



3 
225 



100 
5,000 



11 
825 



89 
4,450 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



533 



Table 13. Livestock 



a a 



COWS 


OVER 


2 YEARS 




T3 




0) 




^ 


a) 


Si 


T3 


Si 


CO 


Sh 


j-t 


3 





Ph 



STEERS 



CD 

00 

< 



IB 
CD 



a 
O 

CD 



I 

J3 C 






BULLS 



T3 

ca 
O 



CU 



3 

a, 



SWINE 



no 

d 

CU 

m 



CO 

o 

cq 



BO 

E 



o 



29| 822 

870| 49,320 



-I 
2 
3 



77 
11 
18 

2 

1 



1 
6 
2 
2 
2 

12 
2 

19 
7 
1 
6 
1 
1 



1 
100 



2021 



33: 
1 
1 



1 
1 

1 
1 

11 
3 

14 
11 



603 



10,100 15,075 



3 

17 



47 

2,350 

5 

2 



21 
525 



11 
330 



44 

560 

7 

1 

10 



1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
13 
1 
1 



534 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 






w 








t-. 








(0 


m 




u 


CD 


n 




a 


>< 


CO 

<D 




>> 


CN 


!* 




CO 


u 
> 

o 


CM 




u 
> 


I) 

> 


CO 
cu 


O 




o 


i« 


0) 


o 


<D 


o s 








tj 




CO 


o 


pi a 



PONIES 



CO 

a> 
I* 



> 
O 



CO 



CO 



f-l 
CO 
0) 



> 
O 



Salley's Cove 

Martin's Point 

Broom Point 

St. Paul's 

Cow Head 

Belldown's Point 

Three Mile Rock 

Parson's Pond 

Portland Creek 

Daniel's Harbour 

Bellburnfs 

River of Ponds 

Spirity Cove 

King's Cove 

Port Saunders 

Gargamelle 

Point Riche 

Old Port au Choix 

Port au Choix 

Eddie's Cove West 

Tilt Cove (St. John's Bay) 

Doctor's Brook 

Barr'd Harbour 

Castor River 

Bartlett's Harbour 



1 
2 

14 
1 



3 
11 

2 



11 



1 

1 

13 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



535 



Table 13. Livestock 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



:=! a 



0) 

-a 
co 



CO 



3 



STEERS' 



< 



CO 
0) 



0) 

CO 

U 
1 

O in 

W Co 
01 



BULLS 



<M 



<!t> 



o 



T3 

Sh 

■8 



On 



SWINE 



oo 

CD 

Sh 

cq 



CO 
o 
pq 






a) 



10 
2 
1 

16 

41 
4 
3 

40 
6 

35 
9 
3 
5 
7 

29 
3 
1 
6 
4 
11 
2 
2 
3 
3 
13 



5 
20 



13 
4 

16 
8 
3 
4 
6 

16 
2 



2 
1 

14 

33 
2 
3 

25 
1 

21 
8 
4 
6 
7 

11 
3 
2 
6 
3 
5 



16 



536 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 



SETTLEMENTS 





HORSES 






w 








!i 








CO 


w 






CD 






to 


> 


CO 
cu 




>H 


<M 


i* 




<N 


U 
<U 
> 

O 


<N 


in 


U 

o 
> 


CD 
> 


to 

2^ 


O 




o 


£« 


CD 


O 


OJ 


O a> 


^ 






Td 


cO 


as 


O 


PI C 


§ 


W 


W 


<t> 



PONIES 



B 

CO 



> 
O 



CO 

W 



CO 
CD 



> 

o 



o 



New Ferrole 

Ferrole Point 

Shoal Cove (West) 

Reef's Harbour 

Bird Cove 

Brig Bay 

Plum Point 

Blue Cove 

Pond Cove 

St. Genevieve Bay., 
Gooseberry Island . 

Current Island 

Forrest's Tickle ... . 
Black Duck Cove . 

Pigeon Cove 

St. BarbeBay 

Anchor Point 

Deadman's Cove ... 

Bear Cove 

Chamber's Island 

Seal Point 

Flower's Cove .... 
Nameless Cove .. . 

Mistaken Cove 

Savage Cove 



CO 
CO 

si 



CO 



o s 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1 935 
Table 13. Livestock 



537 



COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 



0) 

cfl 

o 



12 

5 

26 

18 

12 

10 
7 

15 
4 
3 
2 

15 

14| 

I 

12 

4 

1 

32 
7 
8 
4 

12 

33 
7 
2 

15 



•a 

CD 



■8 



3 
On 



STEERS 



<L> 
60 



cO 
a) 



a 
O 



■a 

0) 



X 



CM 



OS 
a a 



3 

17 
6 
6 

7 
7 
7 
2 



10 
7 
4 
1 
1 

20 
6 
6 
4 

15 

21 
6 
2 

11 



BULLS 



V 

ra 

5 



3 

0< 



SWINE 






PQ 



& 



CO 

o 



S 






538 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 







HORSES 




PONIES 






CO 








CO 








u 








IH 








nj 


co 






C3 


CO 




u 


CU 






in 


cu 








S» 


cu 




CO 

01 


|H 


CS 
4> 




>> 


(N 


$» 




(H 


N 


!* 


SETTLEMENTS 


n 


cu 


<M 


to 

u 


tN 


cu 


CN 




CU 

> 


> 

O 


> 


CD 


CU 

> 


S 


U 
CU 

> 




O 


co 

a 


O 


s« 


o 


co 

a 


o 




CU 


o 


cu 


o s 


8 


_o 


CU 










"O 










CD 


a 


o 


S c 


CO 


CO 


o 




§ 


ta 


X 


<£> 


§ 


w 




Sandy Cove 


2 




3 




i 




1 


Shoal Cove 


1 


1 












Poyne's Cove 












Green Island Cove 




1 
1 

1 






2 




1 


Lower Cove 












Green Island Brook 




1 




2 


1 




Eddie's Cove 
















Four Mile Cove 


























.... 

















I.OTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENbOJS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



539 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


4) 


BULLS 




SWINE 




w 1 


j 

1 
ID ! 

T3 
CO 

o : 


Purebred 


2 Years of Age 


CO 

O 

T3 

0) 

s« 

o h 
W2 

K * 

\J <u 

a C 


CO 

5 


T3 

(1) 

3 

a, 


Sows for Breeding 


w 
u 

CO 

o 

m 


m 
M 

0) 

6 




22 
9 

10 

26 

2 

19 

10 

3 

5 






14 

11 
3 

25 
2 

12 
8 
1 
6 






2 


4 






















i 

2 










i 






1 
1 
1 
















2 




















1 


















.... I 














i 















540 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 13. Livestock 





HORSES 


PONIES 






to 








CO 














hi 








£0 


CO 






CO 


CO 




<-. 


CD 


U 




c-c 


CD 


M 




CO 

<u 


!* 


CO 
0) 




CO 

o> 


t* 


8 




>< 


CM 


{H 




>< 


CM 


>< 


SETTLEMENTS 


<M 


h 


CM 


CO 


CN 


s 


CM 




U 

<u 

> 


> 

o 


U 
CD 

> 




(-1 
CD 

> 


5 


S3 
> 




O 




O 


Ji« 


O 


a 


o 




W 

OJ 

u 




3 


w 


O 5 


co 
CD 

u 


o 

13 


CO 






35 


o 


53 


CO 




O 
W 


Labrador 


i 

100 















Value, $ 
























L'Anse au Clair 
































L'Anse Amour 






























































Red Bay 






























1 















































NOTE: Settlements giving no returns have been omitted. 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



541 



Table 13. Livestock 





COWS OVER 
2 YEARS 


STEERS 


0) 

to 
O 

<P 
S« 

oi 


BULLS 


SWINE 


a 
a 

s n 


i) 

to 

5 


■a 
<u 

u 

■8 

Si 

3 


2 Years of Age 


0) 
■73 
to 






Sows for Breeding 


to 
o 


V. 

u 

o 




48 
2.880 




3 

150 


2 
50 


6 

300 




1 

25 


J 

1 
301 






| 








1 
13 
12 














































1 




10 








2 






1 








1 






1 




3 
3 




2 
































1 


1 














3 
3 




1 
3 




1 


1 














1 








1 



542 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


DISTRICTS 












Ewes 


8 

PS 


Lamb's 


ID 
i — i 
CO 

s 

ID 


Newfoundland — 

Number 


56,401 


3,205 


28,413 


13,236 


Value, $ 


394,807 


32,050 


113,752 


92,652 


Labrador — 


29 


2 




26 


Value, $ 


203 


20 




182 


Total- 












56,430 


3,207 


28,413 


13,262 


Value, $ 


395,010 


32,000 


113,752 


92,834 


White Bay- 
Number 


2,101 


93 


1,019 


868 


Value, $ 


14,707 


. 930 


4,076 


6,076 


Green Bay — 


2,506 


51 


1,327 


938 


Value, $ 


17,542 


510 


5,408 


6,566 


Grand Falls- 


935 


28 


482 


564 


Value, $ 


6,545 


280 


1,928 


3,948 


Twillingate — 


2,357 


235 


1,091 


777 


Value, $ 


16,499 


2,350 


4,364 


5,439 


Fogo— 


2,370 


115 


966 


925 




16,590 


1,150 


3,864 


6,475 


Bonavista North — 


2,001 


207 


606 


860 




14,007 


2,070 


2,424 


6,020 


Bonavista South — 


2,311 


182 


1,137 


1,096 




16,177 

L_ 


1,820 


4,548 


7,672 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



543 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


g 
Gallons Milk S 
Sold 1934 E~j 


EGGS 

w 

tU) 

Hit 

.05 
CO ,-< 
N 

IziPn 

1 
1,290,581 

437,489 


FURS 


"a 

2 


u 

CO 
01 

h 
> 

O 

w 

a 


CO 

a 

CD 

X 

1 -H 

\ s 


i — i Oi 

• i-i ,_( 

a! 

II 

CO j_. 

Oft 


cu 

3 
m ■* 

M CO 

o M 


Sco 

^ 5-- 

II 
2; w 


co" 

C 
0J 

CO 
> 


1,803 
14,224 


1 , 

233,051| 152,601 

1 
233,051 114.383 


4,110,589 
1,644,237 


i I 

597,908| 567,204 

I 
179,972 228.879 


12,236] 18,885 

1 














6 


960 
960 


212 
159 


16,850 
6,740 


3,090 
927 




3,832 
1,341 


1 
11,235 109.919 


48 














1,809 
14,272 


234,011 
234,011 


152,813 
114,542 


4,127,439 
1,650,977 


600,998 
180,899 


567,204 
228,879 


1,294,413 
438,830 


23,471 


128,804 




178 
1,424 

82 
656 

82 
656 

219 
1,752 

67 
536 

106 


6,153 
6,153 

6,463 
6,463 

10,185 
10,185 

6,779 
6,779 

5,814 
5,814 

8,572 
8,572 

10,252 
10,252 


4,087 
3,065 

4,422 
3,317 

6,225 
4,669 

4,085 

1 
3,064 

3,473 
2,605 

4,344 


70,524 
28,210 

54,119 
21,648 

22,135 
8,854 

107,741 

1 

43,096 

1 
70,4321 

1 
9R 17^ 


6,815 
2,645 

7,495 
2,249 

4,076 
1,223 

19,194 
5,758 

10,298 
3 nsQ 


140 
56 

1,166 
466 

1,653 
661 

2,379 
952 


28,776 
10,071 

31,325 
10,964 

83,329 
29,165 

46,067 
1 fi 1 2.? 


402 


2,404 


112 


338 


994 


576 


253 


426 


| 

1,008 29,635 
1 
403| 10,372 

1,823 45,591 
7291 17,357 

4,9191 62,886 

1 
1,967| 22.010 


165 


532 


i 

47,092| 140 

10 P.Q7I 49. 


218 


622 


848 
215 


1 
1 
6,5321 165,347] 

A OQQ fifi 1UQI 


8,4691 

2,540| 


335 


305 


1,720 




I 











544 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 



DISTRICTS 



SHEEP 


GOATS 


CD 


a 


g 

CO 

1-1 


"ns 

s 



Trinity North — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Trinity South — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Carbonear-Bay de Verde — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Harbour Grace — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Port de Grave — 

Number 

Value, $ 

Harbour Main-Bell Island — 
Number 

Value, $ 

St. John's West- 
Number 

Value, $ 

St. John's East— 

Number 

Value, $ 

Ferryland — 
. Number 

Value, $ 

Placentia and St. Mary's — 
Number....- 

Value, $ 



2,643 
18,501 

2,839 
19,873 

1,186 
8,302 

900 
6,300 

1,296 
9,072 

2,130 
14,910 

33 
231 

466 
3,262 

2,180 
15,260 

5,213 
36,491 



114 
1,140 

203 
2,030 

35 
350 

11 
110 

53 
530 

26 
260 

2 
20 

8 
80 

191 
1,910 

424 
4,240 



1,350 
5,400 

1,438 
5,752 

791 
3,164 

428 
1,712 

427 
1,708 

1,000 
4,000 

2 
8 

334 
1,336 

982 
3,928 

2,839 
11,356 



67£ 
4,732 

91C 
6,370 

1,065 
7,455 

755 
5,285 

1,075 
7,525 

604 
4,228 

71 
497 

448 
3,136 

264 
1,848 

94 
658 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



54a 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FU 


RS 






Male 


CO 

<u 

fH 

CD 
> 

o 

co 

a 

CD 


co 

a 

CD 
M 

a 

2 

O 1 


Gallons Milk 
Produced 1934 


u 

CD 

+-» 

3 

a- 

•J .2 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


CO 

60 

Wet 

.Oi 

CO T-i 

N 

O T3 

q <d 
og 


3 eo 

fa2 

!« 

I 8 
Ism 


m 

5 

O 
CD 

_g 

CO 

> 


73 


12,232 


6,995 


166,618 


21,952 


5,428 


1 
54,3801 


242 


204 


584 


12,232 
10,032 


5,246 
5,913 


66,647 
116,660 


6,586 
23,733 


2,171 


19,033] 
55,214] 






269 


5,727 


756 


350 


2,152' 
129 


10,032 
19,718 


4,385 
9,281 


46,664 
203,628 


7,119 
34,381 


2,291 
10,745 


19,325 






93,619 


134 


42 


1,032 

66 


19,718 

7,047 


6,961 
4,283 


81 451 


10,314 
11,292 


4,298 
10,393 


28,554 






94,047 


28,531 


64 


19 


527 


7,047 


3,212 


37,618 


3,388 


4,157 


9,986 










61 


14,420 


8,957 


139,319 


7,911 


3,465 


63,268 


24 


12 


488 


14,420 


6,718 


55,728 


2,373 


1,386 


22,144 










60 


22,548 


18,547 


305,237 


83,731 


25,811 


124,783 


543 


2,087 


280 


22,548 


13,810 


j 122,095 


25,119 


10,324 


j 43,639 








9,474 


6,165 


360,489 


| 7,034 


253,316 


| 55,040 


60 




1 






9,474 


4,624 


144,196 


2,110 


101,326 


19,264 






8 






7 


15,342 


10,779 


280,618 


| 2,691 


169,266 


69,092 

| 


15 






15,342 


8,084 


112,247 


| 807 


67,706 


| 24,182 






56 




16 


8,109 


4,751 


242,034 


| 51,681 


| 7,371 

| 


] 46,641 

I 


387 


231 




" 8,109 


3,652 


96,814 


15,504 


| 2,94E 


] 16,324 






128 






16 


| 7,983 


6,55C 


377,215 


55,072 


1,541 


1 46,607 


2,572 


1,466 




] 7,983 


4,91£ 


150,88e 


16,522 


| 61* 


16,312 






128 





546 



■CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


DISTRICTS 














s 

CO 


Lambs 


<u 
B 


Placentia West — 


4,423 


273 


1,563 




Number 


249 


Value, $ 


30,961 


2,730 


6,252 


1,743 


Burin — 

Number 


2,618 


223 


1,181 


132 


Value, $ 


18,326 


2,230 


4,724 


924 


Fortune Bay-Hermitage — 

Number 


5,034 


232 


2,419 


486 


Value, $ 


25,238 


2,320 


9,676 


3,402 


Burgeo and LaPoile — 

Number 


1,481 


179 


735 


65 


Value, $ 


10,367 


1,790 


2,940 


455 


St. George's-Port au Port — 

Number 


5,450 


168 


4,071 


38 


Value, $ 


38,150 


1,680 


16,284 


266 


Humiber — 

Number 


1,970 


98 


1,159 


153 


Value, $ 


13,790 


980 


4,636 


1,073 


St. Barbe — 


1,958 


54 


1,066 


123 


Value, $ 


13,706 


540 


4,264 


861 


Labrador — 


29 


2 




26 


Value, $ 


203 


20 




182 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



547 



Table 14. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Districts 



POULTRY 



u 

0) 



0) 

> 
O 
w 

a 

Qi 



c 

0) 
O 

o 



MILK 



Ok 



BUTTER 



3 
CQ •* 

J* 

O J5 



MILK 



w OS 

Ob 



EGGS 



.03 

N 
O rrj 

P * 
O 



FURS 





<s^ 






S-* 


Sh 


an 


3 


r« 


fe 


hM ,-H 








5fO 


o 


V d) 




-Q C 


<D 


£ 3 


3 


3 O 


> 



18 
144 

42 
336 

37 
296 

18 
144 

1 
56 

30 
240 

4 
32 

6 

48 



7,362 
7,362 

6,816 
6,816 

6,828 
6,828 

4,801 

4,801 

9,390 
9,390 

11,829 
11,829 

4,902 
4,902 

960 

960 



I 



3,776 
2,832 

4,114 
3,086 

3,575 
2,681 

2,845 
2,124 

9,809 
7,357 



89,494 
35,798 

195,381 
78,153 

81,473 
32,589 

30,202 
12,081 

507,480 
202,992 



I 



9,0401 144,2981 

I I 
6,7801 57,7191 



4,053| 239,006| 
3,040! 95,602| 



2121 16,8501 
1591 6,740| 



1 



16,983 
5,095 

54,047 
16,214 

17,433 
5,230 

5,765 
1,730 

83,322 
24,997 

14,221 
4,266 

50,172 
15,052 

3,090 
927 



154 
62 

5,117 



699) 
280 

950 
380 



2,957 

45,668 
18,267 

1,072 
429 



29,688 
10,391 

52,575 



4,047| 18,401 



28,558 
9,995 

28,783 
10,074 



7,393 69,322 



24,263 

87,540 
30,639 

25,431 
8,901 

3,832 
1,341 



694 



1,215 



1,557 



700 



237 



547 



11,235 



427 



464 



3,376 



1,426 



1,135 



2,443 



109,919 



548 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












is 


s 

P5 


B 

ctf 

1-1 


13 
fa 


District of White Bay 


2,101 


93 


1,019 


868 


Value, $ 


14,707 


930 


4,076 


6,076 


LaScie 


209 


18 


105 


90 


Brent's Cove 


39 
30 




18 

5 


S 


Harbour Round 




11 


St. Barbe Island 


29 




12 


9 


Ming's Bight 


31 




9 


12 


Baie Verte 


13 




8 


3 




91 




39 


39 




30 




5 


50 




89 


2 


42 


5 


Wild Cove 


76 




31 


18 


36 


2 


26 


7 




2 




1 






5 




4 


6 


44 




20 


34 


Middle Arm 


5 


1 








5 




1 






17 


1 


10 


6 




15 


4 


9 


4 




15 




4 


7 




21 




9 


2 


20 


5 


3 






13 




8 


2 


30 


1 


15 


11 




8 


1 


3 


5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



549 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



178 
1;424 



POULTRY 



u 




a 




CD 




!* 




i-t 




u 




V 




> 


a 


O 


<u 










6,153 
6,153 



u 



MILK 






S2 



4,087 
3,065 



70,524 
28,210 



BUTTER 



3 

M CO 

P 4) 

o <S 



6,815 
2,645 



MILK 



M 



in C5 

,5 o 



140 
56 



EGGS 



W> 

.02 
N 

°-i 



FURS 






28,776 
10,071 



402 



3 
> 



2,404 



43 



3 
4 
3 
1 
9 

10 
5 

11 
1 



506 

76 
39 
37 
69 

81 

! 

116 

116| 
88 

137 

49 

4 

4 

121 
1 
12 
68 
86 
70 
52 
57 
44 
99 
31 



326 

25 
26 
23 
72 
8 
86 
99 
42 
79 
47 



100 



10 
26 
60 
38 
22 
28 
4 
47 
56 



5,501 
152 
167 
137 
211 
37 

2,193 

673 

140 

389 

80 



1,080 



20 
1,655 



79 



40 

70 

115 



10 
1,330 

131 



10 



20 



10 



2,456 
300 
321 
230 
587 

27 
1,249 
761 
644 
859 
6141 
7 

50] 
657 
3 
120 
270 
512 
318 
230 
120 
117 
390 
149 



16 



22 

3 

] 
18 

4 



20 



190 



20 
170 



150 
16 

170 
30 



550 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Hampden 

George's Cove 

Beaches 

Burton's Cove 

Hannah's Cove 

Brown's Cove 

Sop's Arm .... 

Sop's Island 

Jackson's Arm 

Coney Arm 

Little Harbour Deep 

Big Harbour Deep 

Williamsport 

Hooping Harbour 

Canada Harbour 

Wild Cove, Canada Bay 

Canada Bay 

Englee 

Groais Islands 

Conche 

Croque 

St. Julien's 

Grandois 

Fishot Islands 

Grouse 

Main Brook 

Lock's Cove 



SHEEP 






31 

12 

9 



6 
13 
15 
57 
105 
38 

4 
41 
10 
22 
19 

1 

4 

140 

18 

89 

11 



s 

C3 

« 



.a 

S 

as 



11 



14 



21 
5 
5 



7 

19 
37 

HI 

I 

2; 

i 

ll| 

I 
2| 

3 

6 



1 
4S 
16 
56 

6 



4 
14 



GOATS 






15 



16 
13 
30 



7 
6 
4 
5 

26 
4 
7 

46 
5 

45 
8 
1 

12 
2 
2 
7 
2 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



551 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 







POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


1— 1 


to 
<u 

t» 

1-4 

hi 

CD 

> 
O 

w 

a 


a 

o 

o 


si 
i ° 

On, 


D 

3 
00 ■* 

M eo 

■"3 


W OS 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


«3- 

o 

a 
H 
> 




6 


125 

24 

40 

11 

24 

42 

74 

137 

322 

71 

52 

136 

68 

71 

102 

25 

28 

348 

117 

460 

28 

10 

43 

31 

6 

28 

26 


69 

7 

30 

36 

24 

59 

35 

102 

242 

63 

35 

55 

66 

46 

31 

11 

3 

217 


120 

210 

52 


15 




418 

32 

95 

35 

67 

115 

194 

361 

918 

205 

120 

385 

160 

179 

438 

75 

94 

1,152 

530 

2,969 

205 

90 

331 

177 

50 

108 

116 


15 
1 

1 

2 

1 

20 
5 

2 
1 
1 
6 

23 
6 


153 






3 




1 




3 










1 


50 

390 
119 
450 






31 












2 
5 
5 


11 










15 








24 







65 














100 
25 
80 

340 

40 

86 

1,183 

700 
9,280 

380 
35 

295 
40 
90 

400 

360 







27 






70 




1 
1 




10 






107 












57 




2 
2 
1 






155 




70 

1,950 

50 




1 






186 
17 




1 

1 








168 

ie 


\ 

1 






1 

I 




5 

17 

8 

46 

45 






1 

1 










| 














3 

4 






257 








82 



552 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



0> 

■5 



S 

CO 

K 



-3 
S 



GOATS 



as 

i= 
ai 
fei 



Ireland Bight 

Goose Cove 

St. Anthony Bight 

St. Carol's 

Great Braha 

Little Braha 

St. Anthony 

Back Goose Cove . 

St. Lunaire 

Griquet 

Quirpon 

Lance au Meadow 

Hay Cove 

Spillar's Cove 

Noddy Bay 

Cape Onion 

Raleigh 

Cook's Harbour ... 

Boat Harbour 

Cape Norman 

Wild Bight 

Cape Bauld 

Lance au Pigeon .. 



15 
44 
23 
21 
10 
18 
39 

7 
57 
98 
25 
14 

4 
15 
17 
43 
55 
31 



13 
30 
16 
13 

5 

18 

22 

4 

40 

63 

16 

7 

3 

6 

9 

34 

26 

11 



10 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



553 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



> 
O 

en 

a 



MILK BUTTERI MILK 



Si 
U 



T 



0& 



3 
O 5 



Cm 



EGGS 






073 

fig 

So, 



FURS 



t-l rr-J 



3 



401 

129 

94 

28 

67 

77 

507 

18 

114 

231 

30 

17 

7 

13 
23 
110 
117 
91 
24 
12 
24 
14 
17 



22 

118 

121 

11 

47 

85 

374 

7 

116 

138 

14 

37 

14 

15 

14 

70 

81 

47 

32 



18 



18 



150^ 

1,500 

1,780 

365 

670 

280 

8,555 



936 
6,060 
1,300 

720 

600 
1,600 

220 
2,800 
3,590 
7,220 
1,440 

480 
2,080 

240 

180 



135 



350 



100 
940 
40 ! 
40 
30 
20 



110 
270 
1,173 
260 
72 
110 






30 



20 



50 



10 



164 

638 

592 

187 

207 

312 

2,432 

56 

596 

967 

127 

88 

13 

62 

100 

507 

419 

364 

96 

9 

122 

65 

143 



20| 



1 

4 

20 

3 



150 



25 



15 



5 

29 

265 

39 



46 



554 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



01 



IB 



J3 

a 

(8 



GOATS 



CO 

I 



District Green Bay 

Value, $ 

Point of Bay 

Charles Brook 

Waldron's Cove 

Fortune Harbour 

Fleurrie's Bight 

Spencer's Cove 

Rowsell's Cove 

Moore's Cove 

Cottrell's Cove 

South East Arm 

Point Leamington 

Paradise and Bobby's Arm 

Leading Tickles East 

Leading Tickles West 

Glover's Harbour 

Lock's Harbour 

Winterhouse Cove 

Jim's Cove 

Card's Harbour 

Triton East 

Triton West 

Brighton Island 

Head's Harbour 

Pilley's Island 

Robert's Arm 



2,506 
17,542 



18 
2 
16 
145 
11 
5 
6 
49 
60 
36 
81 
42 
23 
74 
11 
13 
19 
26 
24 
42 
55 
35 
24 
176 
36 



51 
510 



1,327 
5,408 



8 
3 

10 

82 

2 

6 

4 

20 

34 

24 

30 

26 

25 

39 

9 

7 

5 

14 

16 

11 

12 

8 



93 

22 



938 
6,566 



21 
2 



32 
2 



21 

28 

7 

62 

5 

7 

17 

13 

11 

11 

11 

11 

18 

20 

6 

9 

45 

5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



555 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 






82 
656 



5 

9 

1 

13 



POULTRY 


u 




to 




CD 




> 




T-t 




H 




<U 




> 


a 


O 


0) 




cj 


<D 


Si 


ffi 


U 



MILK 






BUTTER 



M CO 
■ oi 



MILK 






en Oi 

CO Q 

Ot/3 



EGGS 


w 


tj) 




.Ol 




N 


O rrt 




"H 3 


^ 


oS 


| Efc 



r 

6,463| 

I 
6,4631 



132 
56 
35 

431 

10 

9 

6 

56 

131 
78 

327 
64 
40 

158 
71 
17 
33 
40 
48 
70 
78 
55 
50 
288 
63 



4,422 
3,317 



135 

75 

18 

237 

10 



6 
46 
89 
60 

192 
23 
27 
94 
32 
9 
2 

15 
19 
31 
27 
28 
16 

.141 
47 



54,119| 

I 
21,6481 



2,280 
1,330 
1,650 
7,690 



370 
380 

1,510 
800 
945 

1,500 
100 
100 
300 



350 



350 



850 
295 



7,495 

2,249| 

-I- 



340| 

235 

165 

1,949 



80 

100 

140 

144 

175 

280 

20 

20 

50 



120 



100 



20 
75 



1,166 
466 



50 



255 



31,325( 
10,9641 



934 
593 
284 
1,337 
15 
40 
40 
234 
535 
406 
1,261 
317 
353 
504 
422 
47 
78 
110 
154 
162 
223 
170 
122 
1,099 
380 



FURS 



gco 

res 

U rr\ 
0> § 

IB 



1121 



16 



51 



12 
5 
6 
2 



3 
W 



0) 

3 

> 



33S 



21 



3 

2 

2 

40 



I 



556 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



S 

CO 

K 



CO 



GOATS 



CO 

% 



Port Anson 

Miles Cove 

Paddock's Bight 

Wellman's Cove .. .. 

Lush's Bight 

Beaumont South ,. . 
Beaumont North ... . 
Little Bay Islands ... 

South Brook 

Beachy Cove 

Springdale 

Dock Cove 

St. Patrick's 

Noble's Cove 

Shoal Arm 

Ward's Harbour 

Woodford's Cove 

Little Bay 

Wild Bight 

Southern Arm 

Three Arms 

King's Cove 

Harry's Harbour .. , 
Nickey's Nose Cove 

Langdon's Cove 

Jackson's Cove 

Silverdale 



104 

22 

20 

35 

50 

78 

49 

73 

7 

9 

197 

4 

1 



3 
19 
18 
39 
15 
28 
19 
19 
108 
15 
16 
79 
22 



16 



58 
11 
15 
25 
27 
33 
22 
35 



3 

81 



2 
13 

131 

I 
32 

14 

22 

21 

11 

64 



I 



8, 
13 
51 
12 



41 
4 
2 



27 

17 

14 

31 

5 

1 

118 

3 



1 

11 
4 

10 
6 
8 
2 
11 
50 
5 
5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



557 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


n 




a 




<u 




t* 




■-< 




^ 




CD 




> 


c 


O 


<u 




^ 


c 


o 


a) 


!g 


ffi 


u 



31 



242 
17 
21 
29 

334 

138 
84 

388 
21 
11 

799 



27 
20 
15 

133 

36 

34 

22 

8 

185 
20 
15 
63 
43 



206 
13 
70 
65 

277 

199 
51 

198 



3 
493 



20 
19 
21 

205 

31 

21 

10 

6 

125 
33 
34 
29 
53 



MILK 



«1 

1 2 
On, 



BUTTER 



MILK 



3 
o M 



_ — r 

1,655| 
135 
360 
2,170 
1,330 
735 
330 

4,5501 

I 
165 

800' 

6,105 

6 



800 

795 

180 
1,120 
1,340 

310 
1,220 

210 
2,257 

115 

30 

1,725 

140 



60 
565 
250 

25 



310 



120 
417 



80 

100 

50 



50 



120 



195 



180 

75 



Olfl 



485 



273 



EGGS 



60 



2 PL, 



1,675 
103 
140 
200 

1,113 
902 
550 

2,773 

63 

140 

4,783 



40 ; 



260 
160 
130 
969 
308 
296 
224 

40 
472 
154 

86 
378 
218 



FURS 





W- 




w 


£2 


fa 




<H 


Ir! "O 


o 


^fi 


<U 




3 


3 CJ 


CO 



Sen 




















.. 
















































3 


28 















28 
42 



558 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 






B 

to 



s 



GOATS 



g 



Birchy Cove 

Mansfield Point 

King's Point 

Bulley's Cove 

Rattling Brook 

Middle Arm 

Burlington 

Smith's Harbour 

Stocking Harbour 

Rogue Harbour 

Nipper's Harbour 

Bobby's Cove 

Indian Burying Place 

Snook's Arm 

Round Harbour 

Tilt Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Shoe Cove Brook 

Shoe Cove Bight 

Cape St. John Gull Island 



9 
14 

94 

26 

71 

34 

56 

18 

12 

9 

9 

8 

16 

8 

5 

21 

1 

10 

7 



5 
6 

52 

151 

431 

211 

29| 

41 

II 

II 

6 

6 

13 

3 

3 

15 

2 

5 

1 



4 

10 

1 

7 

20 

63 

9 

8 

2 

16 



2 
16 
10 



7 
14 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



559 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



OS 



u 

> 

O 

CO 

a 
v 

X 






u 



I 



MILK 



K* CO 

S co 

si 

« 8 



8 ! 

51 

146 

48| 

115) 

77[ 

206| 

I 

511 

17 

22 

175 

3 
21 
27 
64 
42 

8 
60 
35 
23 



8 

! 
15 

77 

23 

122 
67 

240 

65 

18 

3 

70 



13 

32 
22 



56 
10 
20 



BUTTER 



3 
M CO 

o « 






356| 
8051 
220] 
805| 
454| 
1,025 
220 
10 
165 
376 



300 



MILK 



co en 

Cm 



156 
215 

68 
276 



20 



150| 



EGGS 



Ml 

. CD 
CO t-h 
N 
O T3 

Q i 1 

M CJ 
<H 5 

s° 

fea, 



FURS 





«3- 








3 


fa r-l 


fa 




<w 


S(T3 


o 


<u cu 




-P S 


01 


£ 3 


3 


few 


Val 



20 



37 
6 



eoi 

65| 
758 
162| 
585| 
412 
894 
212 

55 

82 
985 

14 
140 
157 



250 
22 
194 
171 
150 



33 



135 



560 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 







SHEEP 




GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












Ewes 


Rams 


Lambs 


Female 


District Grand Falls 


935 


28 


482 


564 


Value, $ 


6,545 


280 


1,928 


3,948 


Gaff Topsail 


4 






1 


Quarry 










Millertown 








7 


Millertown Junction .... 


4 






6 


Buchans 








Bunchans Junction 










Rushy Pond ... 








5 


Grand Falls 


2 










2 


1 




59 












Peter's Arm 


6 




2 


58 


102 


2 


60 


49 




100 


5 


30 


53 




50 


1 


32 


23 




12 




6 


1 


Glenwood 


6 




8 


i 


33 


6 


20 


6 




18 


6 


' 


11 


Notre Dame Junction 


6 


1 


6 


13 




120 




91 


83 




4 




3 






1 




1 






45 


1 


20 


6 




88 


1 


37 


44 




21 


1 


14 


5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



561 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



82 
658 



POULTRY 



> 
O 

w 

G 
CI 

X 



MILK 



a 

X 

a 
2 



S3 

"J o 

Ofa 



BUTTER 



M CO 
- Oi 



MILK 



EGGS 



10,185 
10,185 



6,225 
4,669 



r 

22,135| 

I 
8,854j 



4,076 
1,223]' 



w 03 

o 

OtO 



H< 



O t3 

Q t> 

13 fU 



FURS 



r °> 



H 



1,653| 83,329| 

1 
6611 29,165 



9941 



3 
fa 



a) 
3 

"re 
> 



576 



6 
2 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 

O 

20 



38 



428 

190 



47 

18 

2,328 

521 

3 

1,924 

634 

1,166 

301 

41 

3 

171 

346 

31 

574 

4 

2 

96 

217 

24 



10 



497 
84 



211 

241 

913 

245 



1,635 
374 
493 
307 
30 
7 
163 
226 



251 



45 

105 

11 



100 



1,660 
425 



30 

500 

13,800 

795 

15,400 
3,419 

390 
2,955 

400 

100 
5,790 
3,000 

200 
1,896 

500 

610i 
2,7551 
2,280| 



50 



94 



6201 
20 : 



20, 



100 
419! 
202| 



60 



120 



15 



172 



3501 5,032 

1 

507 



108| 



19,840 
2,504 



23,321 
3,555 
8,869 

2,794| 

I 
1981 

12 

1,325| 

1,7491 

I 
580| 

2,664 

15 

635 

1,261 

125 



11 



684 



31| 

37| 

•"I 
40| 

66 



100 



35 
130 



17 
16] 



562 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



CO 



« 



.a 

s 

CO 



GOATS 



o 
fa 



Brown's Arm 

Lard's Arm 

Stanhope ... , 

Little Burnt Bay 

Mason's Cove 

Salt Pond 

Lewisporte 



51 
46 
30 
67 
110! 



20 

14 

9 

26 

75 



7 

7 

19 

28 

70 



CENSUS OF NEWFOU N DLAN D AND LABRADOR, 1935 563 

Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 

<u 

3 
CQ "* 

"2 

l-l <u 

IS 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


0) 

"is 


Hens Over 1 Year 


Chickens 


Gallons Milk 
Produced 1934 


Gallons Mill: 
Sold 1934 


B0 
fa m 

. Oi 

N 

O -a 
P O) 
■H 3 

s° 


3 CO 

fa 1-1 

0) g 

5 »> 


te- 
rn* 

Sh 

3 
fa 

<H 

O 

0) 

3 

"3 
> 




25 


26 


780 


80 


r i 

1 171 












1 

1 

2 
9 
6 


97 
27 
50 
50 
829 


112 

17 

62 

54 

513 


1,207 

777 

560 

2,930 

8,876 


196 

200 

20 

671 

1,384 


1 520 

201 69 

1 237 

1 515 

1,088| 6,551 


7 

17 

9 

9 

80 


5 
8 
3 
5 
112 



564 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Twillingate 

Value, $ 

Exploits 

Black Island 

Samson's Island 

Michael's Harbour 

Campbellton 

Comfort Cove 

Newstead 

Turtle Creek 

Loon Bay 

Birchy Bay 

Emberley's Pond 

Boyd's Cove 

Beaverton 

Port Albert 

Dog Bay West 

Summerford 

Cottle's Island 

Luke's Arm 

Bridgeport 

Hayward's Cove 

Whale's Gulch 

Western Head 

Moreton's Harbour 

Wild Cove, Little Harbour 
Tizzard's Harbour 



SHEEP 






2,357 
16,499 



95 
88 
55 
6 
85 
71 

H 

2! 

1 

43 

94 

I 
16 

1181 

4 

25 

51 

70 

30 

32 

79 

13 

60 

18 

92 



56 



B 

a 

K 



E 

a 



235 
2,350 



1 
4 
1 
4 
19 
10 
9 



13 

21 

3 

10 

12 



1,091 
4,364 



64 
43 

20 

2; 

14 

191 

I 
9 

1 
..- I 

I 
13 

i 
18 

I 

5. 
26 



75 
10 
10 
42 
6 
23 
15 
59 



31 



GOATS 



CO 

e 



777 
5,439 



48 
25 
19 

f 
69 
11 
36 

1 
11 
24 



17 



35 
26 
19 
41 
6 
33 
17 
61 



15 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



565 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



CO 



> 

O 



K 



a 

cu 
M 
o 

o 



MILK 



1 -a 



OH, 



BUTTER 



3 

M CO 

• OJ 

W l-H 

•"3 



MILK 



S3 



EGGS 



C/5 

. OS 



8. % 



FURS 



is 
is 



3 
In 



> 



219 
1,752 



6,779 
6,779 



4,085 
3,064 



107,741 
43,096 



19,194 
5,753 



2,379 
952 



46,067 
16,123 



253 



426 



13 
9 
4 

33 
3 

12 
9 

30 

12 



334 

151 

86 

24 

297 

107 

167 

8 

147 

196 

18 

164 

12 

65 

56 

218 

113 

39 

87 

20 

85 

61 

434 

153 



280 

102 

113 

14 

176 

178 

231 

15 

67 

86 



100 

5 

30 

46 

161 
54 
28 

139 
13 
42 
53 

287 

71 



I 



5,229 
1,625 

815 
1,050 
3,536 

720 

380 

40 

2,272 

1,665 

100 

1,5811 

I 
800 

170 

550 

690 

1,000 
500 

1,500 
200 
210 
400 

3,396 

180 



867 
335 

30 
100 
516 
160 

90 



744 

348 

30 

375 



60 
135 



100 



713 



100 



20 



120 



2,921 

1,062 

772 

212 

1,326 

399 

433 

20 

602 

525 

39 

428 

25 

114 

160 

684 

375 

156 

906 

82 

416 

260 

2,598 

901 



30 



55 

14 

70 

6 



7 
66 



o 

17 



314 

2 

24 

2 



2 
57 



566 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Crow Head 

Wild Cove 

Paradise 

Back Harbour 

North Side 

South Side 

Hart's Cove 

Jenkin's Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Burnt Island Tickle . 

Durrell 

Gillesporte 

Little Harbour 

Purcell's Harbour .. 

Smooth Cove 

Black Duck Cove .. 

Kettle Cove 

Manuel's Cove 

Gillard's Cove 

Bluff Head Cove . 

Long Point 

Hillier's Cove 

Wild Cove Road 

Ragged Point 

Robbin's Cove 

Chanceport 

Bridger's Cove 



SHEEP 






cfl 



E 

a 



39 
28 






45 

28 

33 

3 

23 

14 

7 

145 

45 

31 

21 

3 

9 

20 

26 

29 

31 

4 

6 

1 

23 

1 

22 

5 



3 
3 
3 
33 
9 
9 
5 
1 
2 
3 
9 
5 
4 
2 
1 



27 
19 



33 

15 
12 

1 
16 

5 



58 

12 

11 

9 



4; 
I 

4 

I 
9: 

71 

J 



14 

5 



GOATS 



0) 

fa 



20 



28 

18 

20 

2 

2 



1 
27 
19 

3 



11 



5 
4 

10 
7 
3 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



567 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 






ns 




<0 




!" 




T-H 




u 




<u 




> 


e 


O 


<u 


a 3 


V J5 


W 


U 



MILK 



i— ( OS 



si 

« 2 



BUTTER MILK 



-t-J 



W CTJ 



EGGS 



Bi 



N 






FURS 



£2 

-§ (-1 
Sen 



3 



126 
128 

17 
225 
342 
445 

41 
178 

16 

7 1 

342 

255 

97 

71 

6 

13 
24 
23 
39 
67 
24 
8 
41 
68 
20 
25 
2 



61 

79 

7 

120 

99 
164 

18 
100 



4 
133 
123 

31 

24 



25 
34 
35 
36 
16 



11 
60 

22 
7 
4 



4,635 
7,290 
480 
5,515 
5,370 
13,957 
1,684 
3,705 

40 
8,343 
3,098 
1,495 
2,750 

400 

1,085 

833 

255 

1,768 

1,860 

830 

660 

1,000 

760 

800 



1,066 

2,260 
84 

1,333 
815 

1,501 
218 
935 



1,608 
463 
637 

707 



221 

20 



313 
335 
120 
150 



128 



I 



76 

25 

558 

828 

60 
70 



45 

444 

4 



25| 



1,030 
1,367 
160 
2,096 
2,998 
3,933 
347 
1,739 
142 
62 
3,112 
2,412 
896 
671 
45 
118 
288 
217 
384 
616 
1131 
401 
410 
585 
200 
89 
7 



568 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 









a 
J 



GOATS 



a 

s 



Carter's Cove 

Virgin's Arm 

Fairbank 

Tilt Cove 

Salt Pans 

Seal Cove 

Burnt Cove 

Trump Island 

Indian Cove 

Lobster Harbour 

Merritt's Harbour . 
Salt Harbour Island . 

Baccalhao 

Sunnyside . 

Ship Island 

Too Good Arm 

Green's Cove 

Pike's Arm 

Cobb's Arm 

Hatchet Harbour .. .. 



36 
38 

17 
17 
23 
15 
17 
5 
18 

7 J 
27 
48 



15 
22 
36 

8 
53 
57 

2 



27| 

12 

12 

101 

8 

5 

9 

2 

10 

7 

20 

27 



10 

i 
16 

I 
26 

4 

I 
46 

39 

I 



3 
5 

5 

11 

7 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



569 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 






> 

o 



K 



MILK 



u 



M CO 

S en 



« 2 



BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 






on 




w- 


s. Butte 
1934 


s Milk 
934 


Dozs. Eg 
ed 1934 


r Furs 
d 1934 


o 


J2 


13^ 






0) 


o <2 


Gall 
Sold 


Num 
Secu 


3 
To 
> 



5 


53 

47 
32 
21 
54 
26 
15 
10 
13 
14 
67 
224 


67 
31 
31 
11 
22 
11 
9 
10 
18 

62 
93 


1,1001 
800 
400 
855 
1,415 
1,200 
600 
210 
364 
350 



280 



275 i 3001 




2 


72 
276 
450 




158 

210 

165 

437 

187 

125 

40 

88 

125 

595 

1,327 


1 
1 

f 

1 
1 




4 






1 






1 






60 








2 






1 


100 





















20 










1 
2 


180 
104 
73 
19 
81 
33 
21 


29 
63 

67 

42 
7 


1,125 

600 

70 

700 


100 

200 

24 


1,288 
603 
340 
63 
249 
159 
115 







4 











5 






450 


100 














1 










1 1 



570 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












m 


CO 

s 

CB 


CO 

£ 
a 


i— i 

CB 

E 

CD 


District of Fogo 


2,370 


115 


966 


925 


Value, $ 


16,590 


1,150 


3,864 


6,475 


Lumsden South 


33 

4 

32 

10 




14 
5 

14 
4 


27 


Lumsden North 




32 


Deadman's Bay 




2 


Anchor Brook 






Penguin Island 
















Outer Wadhams .... 








2 




133 




66 


49 


117 


1 


67 


39 


Ragged Harbour South 


25 




20 


1 


Ragged Harbour North 

Ladle Cove 


6 








128 


14 


43 


37 




67 


7 


39 


24 














204 


6 


18 


88 




67 




34 


20 




78 




37 


15 




13 




4 


3 




43 




18 


6 


Main Point 


19 




13 


9 


South Side, Gander Bay 


33 




22 


8 


66 


1 


41 


14 




8 




6 


3 


101 




67 


19 




12 




11 


1 







CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



571 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


"a 


u 

CO 
0) 

!H 

U 
CD 
> 

o 

W 

C 

CD 

w 


a 

CD 

o 

2 
u 




u 

CD 

rn ■* 

" CO 

_J CD 
O ^ 


M 

CO 

cfl 3 

Cm 


so 

rN 

Wn 

.en 

W 1—1 
N 

O 13 
Q CD 

<=■§ 

O fc, 
^ PL. 




in 

[i( 

o 

CD 

3 
To 
> 


67 
536 


5,814 

5,814 


3.473 
2,605 


70,432 
28,173 


10,298 
3,089 


1,008 
403 


29,635 
10,3721 


165 


532 








2 

1 


99 

172 

46 

5 


38 
87 
46 


2,705 

1,806 

1,195 

450 


140 

218 

160 

40 




386 

508 

103 

20 


7 


1 








































1 


5 

208 

270 

30 

11 

119 

79 

9 

604 

92 

72 

9 

51 

42 

27 

112 

13 

190 

22 

i 


11 

74 

153 

45 

8 

117 

106 

547 

79 

77 

7 

18 
23 
14 
84 


25 

1,453 

2,635 

500 

990 
260 


165 
430 
120 




30 

721 

1,021 

140 






8 
6 


10 


14 


4 


25 


65 


8 

4 


30 




428 
249 

48 

2,282 

393 

208 

12 
119 
180 
121 
351 

15 
612 

68 








8 

33 

24 

40 

13 

1 


37 






2 


2,672 
682 

1,303 
52 
407 
295 
553 
743 
60 

2,454 
185 


96 
20 
50 


25 

40 


128 
100 



























- 


25 


60 




1 


175 






12 


1 


137 
7 


82 

12 


7 


10 













572 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND .AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 














S 

CO 

IS 


Lambs 


"c3 

s 


Timm's Harbour 


11 

4 

44 

31 




4 

1 

23 

9 


1 


Two Mile Point, Horwood .. 






Island Cove, Horwood 




5 


Horwood 




10 


Island Harbour 


68 


1 


16 


4 


Hare Bay 


23 




7 




Fogo 


40 


1 


11 


99 


Lock's Cove 


6 

8 

13 




2 
4 
6 


1 


Eastern Tickle 




5 


Lion's Den 


3 


6 


Little Fogo Island 


7 
145 




6 
15 


4 


Joe Batt's Arm 


2 


102 


Barr'd Island 


24 


1 


1 


33 


Shoal Bay 


11 




4 


2 


Cape Cove 


18 

3 

128 


5 






Oliver's Cove 






Tilting 


29 


47 


18 


Sandy Cove 


9 


1 


3 






25 


4 


11 


3 


South Side, Indian Island 


57 
40 




1 
24! 

| 
131 


29 


Perry's Island 




20 


Stag Harbour 


28 


1 


7| 


29 




25 




HI 


4 




72 




35 


41 


Wild Cove 


16 


1 


8 


6 




3061 


371 


1 
1651 


104 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



573 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 






a 














«s 






0) 

i-t 

S-i 

> 






CQ ■* 

" CO 

«2 


CO 


Dozs. Eg 
ed 1934 


r-J CO 


En 

O 




0) 

s 


O 

a 
D 

K 


o 




o « 


Offl 




Numbe 
Secure 


3 
"a 
> 



20 

5 

37 



38 

6 

46 





59 

60 

41 

799 

23 

6 

10 

14 

424 

272 

37 

8 


52 

33 

18 

438 



27 

250 

77 

15 

3 






1 




1 












4 


230 
16 
30 
81 
44 
98 
55 

151 
17 

990 


62 
4 

39 

24 
27 
52 

108 
12 

464 












2 


25 



80 



608 
1,528 
1,250 



6,032 



4,655 

2,220 

1,260 

1,950 

300 

7,740 

1,3701 

110| 

515] 

5601 

I 
401 

5,900| 

1,2891 

130| 

11,1001 



15 

32 

100 



735 



930 

555 
470 
542 
100 
2,176 
320] 



70! 
15! 



I 



650 



30 



44 

12 

126 

309 

377 

133 

3,726 

75 

40 

30 

70 

2,100 

1,360 

185 

80 



2,650| 



186| 



1,298 
48 
172 
32 
144 
314 
388 
711 
147 

9,409 



574 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Bonavista North 
Value, $ 

Cape Freels 

Cape Island 

Pinchard's Island 

Newtown 

Templeman 

Pound Cove 

Wesleyville 

Brookfield 

Cross Cove 

Badger's Quay 

South West Island 

Tinker's Island 

Pool's Island 

Valleyfield 

North West Arm 

South West Arm 

Safe Harbour 

Port Nelson 

Shambler's Cove 

Newport (New Harbour) 

Sydney Cove 

North West Arm (Indian Bay) 

Round Harbour 

Trinity 

Wellington (Shoal Bay) 



SHEEP 






2,001 
14,007 



23 

13 

4 

5 

12 

35 

93 

15 
4 

30 
6 

17 

57 

39 

28 



69 
54 
26 
20 
11 
13 
5 
33 
60 



S 

CO 



XI 

E 

CO 



207 
2,070 



606 
2,424 



10 
12 



7 
1 
9 
4 
7 
6 



37 
8 
3 



27 



GOATS 



CO 

s 



860 
6,020 



46 
16 
17 
35 
21 
2 
48 
10 



29 

2 

5 

23 

27 

10 

4 

35 

14 

4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



575 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


Gallons Milk 1 S 
Sold 1934 ^ 


EGGS 


FURS 


0) 
H 


u 
to 

01 
t* 
r-i 

U 
01 

> 

O 

3 

0) 


CO 

a 

01 

M 

a 

2 
O 


si 

o 3 

« 8 

47,092 
18,837 


01 

-^> 
3 
CO f 

M CO 

o <2 


.02 

CO rH 
N 

O t3 
O 41 

M O 

«H 3 

£pn 

49,531 
17,357 


W -r-H 

Ss-"S 

.9 s5 
S 

5 41 
218 


«3- 
co 

O 

01 

3 
> 


106 
848 


8,572 
8,572 


4,344 
3,258 


140 
42 


1,323 
729 


622 








9 


87 

71 

216 

396 

113 

128 

803 

154 

10 

202 

47 

67 

235 

241 

59 

62 

231 

72 

36 

6 

15 

8 

25 

87 

71 


12 
25 
57 

179 
22 
20 

518 

56 

4 

130 

32 

3 

140 

106 
39 
46 

162 

5 


1,873 
715 

1,499 

1,291 
915 
130 

2,240 
400 

1,630 

100 
520 
932 

1,030 

400 

40 

1,010 
700 
150 






363 

443 

951 

1,952 

539 

686 

3,724 

637 

38 

1,272 

200 

354 

1,932 

1,510 

196 

397 

1,285 

203 

74 

30 

94 

29 

128 

417 

590 






1 








4 








3 








1 










1 






7 






1 


















2 


















2 
2 


































3 









































3 
26 
87 
40 








22 


30 




1,064 














73 






100 


1 








2 









57f 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Hare Bay 

Greenspond 

Ship's Island 

Silver Fox Island 

Fair Island 

Wareham 

Paul's Island 

Middle Brook 

Dark Cove 

Gambo 

Alexander Bay Station 

Saunder's Cove 

Glovertown North 

Glover town Centre 

Angle Brook 

Glovertown South 

Troytown 

Cull's Harbour 

Rosedale 

Burnt Island 

Bragg's Island 

Deer Island 

Green's Island 

Gooseberry Island . . 

St. Brendan's 

Hayward's Cove 

Dock Cove 



SHEEP 



01 



57 
133 
12 
32 
27 
10 
11 
80 
62 
29 



78 
49 

4 
38' 
55 
16 
15 
17 
27 
14 

6 
83 
75 
27 
41 



B 
a, 
K 



2 
18 

5 
5 

11 

27 

1 

2 






GOATS 



38 

42 
2 



26 

12 
14 



26 

27 

3 

12 

35 

7 

11 

7 

6 

9 

1 

10 

27 

3 

4 






CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



577 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


f-t 




cs 




<D 




>H 




iH 




U 




<u 




> 


a 


O 


<u 




u 


ai 


a 


ffi 


o 



MILK 



11 



BUTTER 



3 

•"2 
II 



MILK 






EGGS 



BO 

.05 
N 

O -rt 

o ft 






FURS 



J- OS 
w t— < 

R 9 



3 



3 
"to 
> 



11 
6 
1 

5 



84 

680 

60 

36 

93 

10 

18 

256 

185 

286 



286 
948 

43 

99 

140 

17 

45 

23] 

I 
68| 

I 

63) 

27 

135 

265 

58 

95 



58 

379 

8 

7 

24 

4 

26 

125 

81 

167 



126 
311 

38 

37 

85 

7 

29 

10 

25 

2 

6 

23 

174 

38 

79 



621 

5,960 

600 



1,536 

477 

2,567 



2,956 

4,337 

350 

803 

1,610 

280 



15 
260 
290 
100 
355 

3,656 
315 
620 



140 



1,820 



676 

3,263 

245 

177 

449 

41 

97 

2,211 

1,440 

2,603 



2,538 

4,861 

525 

935 

1,005 

146 



121 
335 
356 
115 
826 
1,042 
157 
333 



12 



28 
2 
2 



79 



11 



350 
12 

19 



100 



578 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 






B 
re 
K 



GOATS 



re 
B 



Shalloway Cove 
Penney 's Cove ... 
Coward's Island . 

North Island 

Flat Island 

Burnside 

St. Chad's 

Hermit Cove 

Clay Cove 

Benton 



41 
6 
26 
12 
69 
110 
54 



23 



22 



11 

8 

31 

1 
13 



11 

75 
24 



4 
27 
6 
2 
8 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



579 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


<u 

"a 

a 


u 

CO 
OJ 

>< 

cu 

> 
o 

in 

a 

CD 


a 

o 

u 


R 3 


u 

a 

3 

M m 
• en 

o <2 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


w 
bo 

.Oi 

N 
"4-1 3 


bco 


W 

N 

O 

3 
a 
> 


2 


104 

9 

145 

81 

319 

273 

114 

6 

59 


39 
7 

99 

51 
241 
233 

64 

29 


915 

40 

125 

120 

3,940 

250 

30 

190 






1 

500 










1 

27 

. 707 

582 

1,694 

2,385 

945 

36 

174 















































2 







1 










1 



580 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 






cti 






GOATS 






District Bonavista South 

Value, $ 

Bonavista 

Birchy Cove 

Newman's Cove 

Lower Amherst Cove 

Middle Amherst Cove ... 
Upper Amherst Cove ... . 

Hodderville 

Knight's Cove 

Stock Cove 

King's Cove 

Broad Cove 

Keels 

Tickle Cove 

Red Cliff 

Open Hall 

Plate Cove East 

Plate Cove West 

Summerville 

Long Beach 

Princeton 

Southern Bay 

Charleston 

Sweet Bay 

Winter Brook 

Jamestown 



2,311 
16,177 



162 

26 
29 
18 
141 
53 
6 
61 
36 
46 
49 
21 
32 
28 
53 
73 
52 
133 
24 
42 
51 
10 
54 
49 
60 



182 
1,820 



23 

1 

1 



1,137 
4,548 



42 
18 
11 

3 

4 
22 
12 
54 
22 
35 
42 

5 
16 
12 
14 
28 
32 
67 

9 
18 
20 

3 
32 
36 
53 



1,096 
7,672 



229 

18 
64 

4 

4 
15 

2 
11 

3 
50 
27 
29 

6 

8 
12 
37 

1 
76 

4 
43 
51 

9 
38 
IS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



581 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



v 



POULTRY 



CO 
CD 



> 
O 



a 



M 



si 
o 



MILK 



, 0) 






BUTTER 



3 



MILK 



*3 
OKI 



EGGS 



bo 

W .-I 
N 

«1 
oS 



FURS 



IS 



cu 

3 

> 



2151 
1,720| 



10,252 
10,252 



6,532 
4,899 



165,347 
66,139 



8,469| 

I 
2,540| 



4,919 
1,967 



62,886 
22,010 



335 



305 



21 


1,594 


5 


90 


13 


179 




45 

22 
129 

29 
180 

95 
453 












33 


9 


120 


23 


403 


18 


110 


9 


161 




205 
231 


14 




245 
474 


8 




86 

304 


4 


3 


243 


2 


138 


5 


174 


9 


149 


2 


274 



371 

33 

56 

6 

2 

107 
12 

119 
55 

243 
70 

249 
43 
41 

131 

121 
89 

317 
34 

351 

180 
63 
46 

140 

148 



17,040 
600 
6,000 
1,200 
3,600 
6,000 

8,460 
4,770 
9,806 
2,728 
5,438 
3,511 

265 
1,919 
5,455 
2,373 
8,703 

610 
5,245 
5,403 
4,095 
2,510 
1,395 
3,985 



1,369 



952 
366 
629 
501 
281 
346 



100 
271 
315 
384 

45 
826 

15 



137 

5 
233 



3,589 



30 
495 



7,525 

318 

710 

148 

67 

627 

132 

1,287 

801 

3,319 

808 

2,433 

778 

1,189 

1,534 

1,607 

1,409 

2,901 

509 

143 

2,176 

970 

1,068 

1,587 

1,802 



45 



3 
40 
18 
14 

25 



14 



50 



15 



75 
41 
16 
4 
11 



582 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



C3 



01 

XI 



a 



GOATS 



0> 

to 



Portland 

Brooklyn 

Lethbridge 

Bloomfield 

Musgravetown 

Canning's Cove ... 

Bunyan's Cove 

Port Blandford 

Terra Nova 

Charlottetown 

Happy Adventure 

Sandy Cove 

Barrow Harbour... 

Salvage 

Bishop's Harbour . 

Dark Cove 

Wild Cove 

Eastport 



72 

76 
108 

82 
111 

42 



60 



62 

83 

59 

3 

49 

29 

18 

3 

163 



78 
4 



11 



48 

42 
41 
39 
59 
17 



9 
36 
31 

2 

11 
11 

8 

2 
92 



1 
13 
33 
30 
61 
17 



33 

13 

3 

23 
15 



28 

15 

5 



3h 



CENSUS GF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



583 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



CD 

I — I 



POULTRY 



> 

o 

CO 

a 

CD 



a 

CD 

O 
• •-i 

S3 

O 



MILK 



M CO 

3 en 



«T3 



BUTTER 



3 

03 ■* 
" CO 

•"2 



MILK 



CO 
CO 05 



EGGS 



.Oi 
CO iH 
N 
O Tj 

1-1 o 



FURS 



■5 fo 

I 8 



3 
fa 



CD 
3 

> 



15 
3 



175 
228 
324 
413 
576 
166 
227 
471 

79 
137 
394 
185 
7 
213 
138 

24 

4 

358 



58 
362 
211 
287 
459 
164 
153 
217 

35 
160 
298 
163 



112 
106 

37 

8 

575 



6,595 
1,335 
4,185 
3,235 
9,385 
2,580 
2,500 
6,200 
725 
3,300 
6,065 
2,130 



6,001 



618 
143 
319 

225 
252 



30 
30 



1 

15 

51 

57 

116 



340 
3 



77 



222 



1,003 
1,359 
1,650 
1,532 
2,951 

566 

385 
1,617 
1,048 

411 
3,834 
1,953 
56 
1,82 
1,323 

176 

25 

5,326 



40 



51 



96 



15 



16 



48 



584 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



a 

co 



CO 



GOATS 






District of Trinity North 

Value, $ 

St. Jones Without .. 

Butter Cove 

Gooseberry Cove 

Southport 

Little Harbour 

Little Heart's Ease 

House Cove 

Caplin Cove 

Hodge's Cove 

Island Cove 

Long Beach 

Queen's Cove 

Black Brook 

North West Brook 

Ivany's Cove 

Dark Hole 

Hillview 

Hatchet Cove 

St. Jones Within 

Loreburn 

Hickman's Harbour 

Inglewood 

Adeyton 

Deep Bight 

Lady Cove 



2,643 
18,501 



20 
21 
64 
48 
20 

134 
16 
29 

116 
18 
38 
44 
21 
17 
13 
18 
77 
32 
62 
9 
93 



28 
51 
38 



114 
1,140 



1,350 
5,400 



14 



25 
18 
10 
65 
11 
16 
55 

7 
24 
36 
15 
12 
12 
11 
46 
18 
34 

6 
52 



22 
31 
25 



676 
4,732 



9 
9 

14 

14 

1 

20 



3 
46 



11 
9 
2 

11 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOE, 1935 



585 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



cs 



> 

O 

w 
C 

0) 

X 



u 



MILK 






11 



BUTTER 



3 



.a 



MILK 



EGGS 



tr> 



S 



CO 
W OS 

Old 



.03 

N 



FURS 



g£ 
I* 



CO 

> 



73 
584 



12,232 
12,232 



-I- 



6,995 
5,246 



166,613 
66,647 



21,952 
6,586 



5,428 
2,171 



54,380| 
19,033 



I 



242 



204 



83 
33 
72 
62 
30 

154 
23 
36 

120 
16 
76 

102 
30 
18 

181 

I 
20] 

147 
61 
80 
28 

407 
13 
51 
61 

118 



41 
31 
55 
31 
30 
72 
19 
36 
110 
19 
52 
88 
23 
18 
7 

13 
122 
19 
32 
46 
156 



31 
52 
66 



900 
450 
650 
670 
50 
2,800 



150 
1,306 

500 
2,800 
2,510 
1,050 
1,205 

850 
2,140 
5,200 
1,160 

960 

100 
6,610 



2,700 
1,750 
1,000 



160 



80 

50 

75 

475 

110 



1,625 



200 
220 
110 



30 



236 
79 
233 
167 
94 
375 
53 
55 
369 
31 
136 
290 
70 
110 
60 
35 
394 
154 
167 
52 
1,022 
100 
215 
242 
450 



16 



29 



586 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



CD 



SHEEP 




Rams 


Lambs 



GOATS 



C3 

s 

cu 

En 



Foster's Point 

Elliott's Cove 

Goobie's Siding 

Northern Bight 

Shoal Harbour 

Clarenville 

Random Head Harbour 

Deer Harbour 

Thoroughfare .... 

Lower Lance Cove 

Brittania 

Petley 

Aspen Cove 

Apsey Brook 

Snook's Harbour 

Milton 

George's Brook 

Barton 

Brickyard .. 

Harcourt .... 

Somerset 

White Rock 

Gin Cove 

Monroe 

Waterville 

Tythe's Cove .. 

Otter's Cove 



42 
23 
16 



43 

64 
1 
61 
30 
55 
40 
60 
2 

14 
20 
16 
15 
14 
6 
68 
53 



16 
52 



'27 

12 

3 



31 

54 



41 
28 
43 
18 
46 



1 

7 
10 

2 
26 
24 



8 

27 



CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



587 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



3 



POULTRY 


u 




a 




<u 




>* 




i-t 




|H 




0) 




> 


a 


O 


to 

■ M 


a 


o 


0) 


'■3 


X 


o I 



MILK 



■«S2 
i—i o 



1=5 rQ 

« g 
Op: 



BUTTER 



3 

M CO 

iJ to 

■"S 
o j2 



MILK 



o 

Old 



EGGS 



«; 






"■a 

£ Ph 



FURS 



J ^ 

b eo 

S-H rrj 

■3 h 



12 01 



s 

fe 



3 
"eo 
> 




588 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Clifton 

New Burn Cove 

Burgoyne's Cove .. 

Little Harbour 

Pope's Harbour 

Delby's Cove 

Ivanhoe 

Troytown 

Ireland's Eye 

Black Duck Cove ... 
British Harbour ... . 
Kerley's Harbour ,.. 

White Point 

George's Cove 

New Bonaventure... 

Cat Cove 

Old Bonaventure... 
Spaniard's Cove ... . 

Trouty 

Dunfield 

Goose Cove 

Fort Point, Trinity 

Trinity 

Lockston 

Trinity East 

Port Rexton 

Champney's West ... 



SHEEP 






11 

14 
39 
27 



3 

14 

13 

48 

12 

29 

8 

2 

1 

13 

4 

27 

11 

30 

45 

11 



35 
12 
32 
36 
6 



6 

CO 



a 

CO 



GOATS 



1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
12 
1 



2 
10 
15 
14 



5 
4 
9 

7 

14 
4 

1 



9 
3 
6 
4 
11 
22 
4 



10 
2 
8 

34 

2 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



589 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


01 

"a 


n 
n! 

0) 

u 

> 
O 
m 
C 
0) 

w 


a 

0) 

m 

CJ 

o 


CO, 


u 

4-> 
" CO 

J a) 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


w 

C 

<D 
D 

"a 
> 




48 
43 
57 
83 
15 
26 

124 
46 

187 
34 

134 

119 
28 
15 
77 
13 

109 
22 
82 

109 
95 


55 
40 
77 
41 

9 
24 

9 

8 

93 

45 

100 

73 

6 

18 
34 
23 
60 
19 
69 
17 
32 


300 
1,000 
250 
100 
220 
300 

600 

600 
410 
50 
150 
930 

500 

430 

150 

1,000 






267 
148 
187 
200 

50 

77 
423 
107 
583 

84 
432 
376 
140 

54 
319 

56 
484 

73 
345 
435 
318 








185 
















2 



















15 
20 






3 












35 














90 

25 

120 


26 
5 

40 
3 
































40 








1 
3 




60 

20 

145 


10 
20 
20 
















223 

75 

861 

1,526 

278 


48 

34 

459 

965 

170 


3,890 

13,553 

21,812 

5,487 


140 


1,237 


1,336 
239 
8,230 
5,413 
1,261 




11 
20 




2 




2,630 
4,062 
1,148 


363 
335 




3 




4 















590 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOK, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 
















en 

s 

a 


£ 




01 

CO 

s 


Champney's Arm 


8 
29 






7 
22 


2 


Champney's East 


4 


20 


English Harbour 


29 


17 




9 


17 


Horse Chops 












Melrose 


45 


2 




5 


33 


Port Union 


15 






1 


66 


Catalina 


46 


2 




20 


66 


East Point 


27 
108 






3 

19 


30 




6 


80 


Maberly .. 


5 








7 


Neck 


16 






8 


3 




2 






1 




47 






45 


17 




4 








6 


3 






1 


5 


Villa Verte 


27 


2 




22 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



591 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



"cfl 



POULTRY 


u 


a 




<u 




t" 




rH 




P 




<D 




> 


a 


o 


CD 


a 




<u 


J3 


X 


O 



108 
344 

454 



147 

511 

720 

195 

294 

39 

20 

22 

300 

13 

7 



85, 
235 
297 



48 
120 
202 

68 
85 

7 



141 



MILK 



k> CO 

H en 



1 fc 






BUTTER 



0) 

3 
CQ •* 

" CO 

1-1 4) 
o ™ 



1,350 
5,701 
8,332 



229 
2,773 
3,456 

694 
4,000 

350 
1,100 
1,000 
3,270 

150 

700 



292 
1,111 
1,753 



20 

165 

50 



130 
150 
340 



_L 



MILK 



CO 



EGGS 



22 

40 



755 

1,480 

12 



200 
730 



M 

.OS 
N 

q1 



"T3 



554 
1,666 
2,394 



683 
2,887 

4,224 

1,168 

824 

158 

87 

117 

1,714 

75 

35 



FURS 



a s? 

1*8 

s ^ 

H CJ 

2 v 



38 



110 



35 



fa 



12 



27 



13 



592 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Trinity South 

Value, $ 

Lead Cove 

Sibley's Cove 

Torquay 

Brownsdale 

Whale's Brook 

New Melbourne 

Hant's Harbour 

New Chelsea 

Winterton 

Turk's Cove 

New Perlican 

Heart's Content 

Heart's Desire 

Heart's Delight 

Islington 

Cavendish 

Whiteway 

Green's Harbour 

Hopeall 

New Harbour 

South Dildo 

Broad Cove 

Dildo 

Blaketown 

Markland 



SHEEP 






2,839 
19,873 



47 
35 
7 
38 
18 

112 

120 
94 

146 
11 

122 
83 
42 

123 
69 
73 
25 

169 
63 

256 
18 
16 

158 
82 



a 



s 

a 



203 
2,030 



1 

7 

1 

10 

1 

13 

12 



10 
16 
18 
2 
36 
18 
41 



1,438 
5,752 



39 
17 

4 
31 
13 
73 
59 
51 
45 

7 
73 
44 
23 
38 
31 
30 

9 
57 
20 
147 
16 
13 
103 
32 



GOATS 






910 
6,370 



44 

44 

62 

113 



45 
73 
14 
82 
16 
14 
31 
89 
10 
49 
1 
7 
11 
15 
3 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



593 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


Sh i 


CO 




cu 




{H 




i— 1 




Sh 




CD 




> 


a 


O 


cu 


a 


o 


CD 


J3 


ffi 


O 







MILK 



u co 

3 03 






BUTTER 


MILK 


Si 




cu 








3 


3 


CO ■* 

M CO 


§ ■* 


,/ °> 


CO 


S3 ■- 1 




,Q 


C ■-! 


hj CU 


O 


."O 


S^ 


°*5 


•S'p 



EGGS 



w; 



Q <S 



&CL, 



FURS 





«3- 






H co 

£2 


3 


N 






hxi 


O 


CD d) 


<D 
3 










15 w 


> 




594 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 






a 

K 



a 



GOATS 



a 



Whitbourne 

Old Shop 

Spread Eagle 

Little Ridge 

Chapel Arm 

Norman's Cove 

Long Cove 

Thornlea 

Bellvue 

Chance Cove 

Rantem 

Rantem Station 

Arnold's Cove Station.. 
Sunnyside 



49 

78 

8 

24 

126 

169 

70 

30 

57 

70 

7 

1 

3 

220 



30 

28 

2 

12 

89 

87 

26 

23 

30 

26 

3 

1 

2 

104 



16 



2 

4 

23 

1 



1 

26 

1 



1 
107 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



595 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



CD 

> 
O 

w 

a 
td 



a 

CD 
X 

u 

u 



MILK 



M CO 

Pi o> 



<g u 

OPL, 



BUTTER 



415| 

156| 

I 
18| 

29 

157| 
I 

259| 
I 

112| 

I 

64 1 

l 

190 

128 

22 

4 

3 

479 



276| 

I 

110| 

I 
7 

9 

157 

137 

71| 

23| 

75 

65 

6 

9 



12,725 
1,830 



1,050 

4,226! 

4,350 

2,030 



CD 

3 
CQ ■* 

" CO 

Jo 
o 2 



MILK 



2,984 
525 



s 2 

CO 

w OS 



EGGS 



w; 



2 ° 



1,468 



1,36 



245j 

I 

9511 

I 

1,055| 

455] 

I 

308] 

i 



18 



202 



3,489 


745 


4,294 


446 


360 


32 



45 



5,361] 



1,140 



4,649 
553 

54 

93[ 

4S7| 

I 

1,024] 

506| 

I 

■ 386| 

I 
934 

617 

51 

20 

3 

3,294 



FURS 





«• 






3 CO 

£2 


u 

3 






%1 




01 


s 3 


3 


3 


a 


S w 


> 



201! 



150 



596 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Carbonear-Bay de Verde 
Value, $ 

Carbonear 

Victoria 

Freshwater 

Clown's Cove 

Flatrock 

Blow-me-Down 

Otterbury 

Salmon Cove 

Perry's Cove 

Spout Cove 

Kingston 

Lower Small Point 

Mulley's Cove 

Broad Cove South 

Broad Cove North 

Blackhead 

Adam's Cove 

Bradley's Cove 

Western Bay South 

Western Bay North 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Smooth Cove 

Long Beach 

Northern Bay 

Gull Island 



SHEEP 



01 



1,186 
8,302 



-- 



144 

1021 

I 

101 



15 

31 

4 

8 

36 

22 

11 

29 

6! 

5 

6 

21 

61 

76 

41 
5 

30 

40 

471 



E 
re 



re 
iJ 



35 
350 



791 
3,164 



121 

59 

2 



2 

5 

14 

22 

4 

7 

17 

17 
9 

22 
7 
9 
7 
1 

30 

58 

36 
7 

281 

33| 

17 
I 



GOATS 



a 
£ 



1,065 

7,455 



294 
237 

69 
47 
17 
12 
10 
91 
60 
8 
16 
30 
11 
49 
20 
2 
1 
1 
7 
22 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



597 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


^ 




CB 




<u 




i* 




T-t 




i-t 




01 

> 


in 

a 


O 


0) 


to 

a 




<u 


XI 


ffl 


o 



129 

1,032 



MILK 






BUTTER 



3 

CO •* 
" CO 

hi* 

o ,2 



MILK 



ei-i 



19,718 
19,718 



9,281 

I 

6,9611 



203,628 
81,451 



34,381 
10,314 



10,745 
4,298 



EGGS 



H 



CO 

.05 



N 

O 

<H 3 

is a. 



FURS 



IS 



93,619 
28,554 



134 



42 



20 
24 

8 

I 

121 
21 
31 
1 

181 
61 



1 

1 

19 

6 



5,537 

1,260 

620 

3481 

360| 

I 

98' 

I 

129| 

I 

627| 

383[ 

: 

179 
229 
942 
216 
627 
213 
458 
479 
193 
655 
768 
698 
109 
258 
554 
445 



2,569| 

I 
1,0301 

458[ 

I 
39| 

81| 

42| 

82[ 

420 

227 

74 

131 

226 

83 

343 

105 

280 

229 

144 

323 

387 

326 

51 

91 

252 

171 



58,282 

10,349 

3,241 

902 
2,286! 

277 

301 
5,075 
2,091 

270 
2,600 
1,430 

625 
2,940 
1,720 
5,370 
6,445 
1,810 
9,760 

5,614 

I 
5,120| 

I 
1,265| 

I 
2,390 

I 
6,735] 

6,300| 



12,238 

1,325 

325 



I 



928 

414 

60 

595 

390 

185 

815 

360 

2,390 

1,325 

248 

2,744 

677 

610 

265 

140 

1,213 

I 
362| 

I 



8,985 
197 



108 

24 
41 



34,287 
9,353 
4,079 
2,494 
2,526 

559 

I 
771| 

3,6131 

1,509| 

I 

402 

519 

953 

600 

1,852 

987 

2,183 

1,332 

842 

2,741 

2,303 

2,646 

390 

564| 

1,-4521 

1 

1,0151 



7 
110 



3 

35 



598 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 














1 


Rams 


.a 

S 

CO 




a 

B 
<u 
fa 




63 






36 






64 






45 


13 




4 






3 






159 






80 






46 






46 
























8 








6 




12 


4 






16 






















4 




75 


6 


47 


1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



599 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 




3 
,-( 

In 
0> 
> 

o 

w 
B 

CD 

a 


a 

CD 

a 

2 
u 


m co 

si 

<g S-i 


" CO 
■ Oi 




No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


O 
0) 

3 

> 




320 

434 

51 

515 


115 

102 

39 

293 


3,850 

3,170 

440 

13,200 

2,550 

Ron 


10 




767 
581 
132 

1,955 

305 

20 

4,679 
100 

1,025 

1,171 
145 

2,767 






3 






80 










! 

1,355 10 






101 38 
261 4 


450 
130 














1 






1 t 
566 751 8,485j 1,510 

11| 8 1801 

137 121 3,9051 1,550 
5371 1851 13,5451 587 

81 32 1 1,7801 140 
5541 2141 8.5251 960 


1,130 

















| 












3 




1 




J 


1 

1 17 

! 


[ 4 












L 





600 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












w 

03 

is 


a 

ns 
K 


Xfl 

B 
a 


01 

"a 

a 


District of Harbour 'Grace 


900 


11 


428 


755 


Value, $ 


6,300 


110 


1,712 


5,285 


Bristol's Hope 


77 
154 




54 
70 


6 


Harbour Grace 


2 


114 


Otterbury 


5 


1 


4 


5 


Riverhead 


5 




1 


29 


Thicket 


3 

80 






7 


Gullies 


2 


28 




Harbour Grace South 








60 




116 


4 


96 


39 


Upper Island Cove 


13 




12 


74 


Spoon Cove 








19 


Bishop's Cove 


106 




50 


34 


Spaniard's Bay 


182 




48 


151 


Tilton 


51 
2 




17 


87 






11 




106 


2 


48 


119 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



601 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



66 
528 



POULTRY 



> 
O 

a 

X 



J3 
O 



MILK 



i-H Oi 



^T3 

fflg 



BUTTER I MILK 



3 



7,047 
7,047 



4,283| 
3,2121 



94,047 
37,618 



11,292 
3,388 



W OS 

as 



EGGS 



8 



CO 

.en 



N 
Q Ji 



£PL, 



FURS 



& 3 



10,393 28,531| 

I 
4,1571 9,986 



64 



fc 



i — i 
> 



19 



1 
3 

19 
7 
1 
2 
4 



23 



249 

1,644 

169 

386 

24 

29 

623 

306 

568 

100 

330 

1,324 

335 

25 

935 



192 

902 

104 

310 

37 

19 

396 

256 

234 

80 

201 

525] 
I 

1671 



i 



81 

I 

8541 



9,375 

28,325 

3,000 

9,665 

925 

I 
500 

11,520 

5,005 

5,439 

1,262 

i 
1,728 

I 

6,7741 

2,267| 

I 

1801 

8,0821 



I 



3,096 

1,2751 
684| 

2,132 
196 
180 

1,225 

1,115 

5371 

801 

45 1 

I 

500 

901 



110[ 

I 
3,6851 

10) 

320 



450 



15 
o90 



993 

6,189 

1,345 

1,293 

77 

35 

2,894 

2,640 

1,759| 

535| 

792] 

i 
4,160] 

I 
883 1 

I 

751 



1371 



113| 4,861| 

J L 



64 



19 



602 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 






SHEEP 






a 



GOATS 



0) 

s 

fa 



District of Port de Grave 

Value, $ 

Mill Road 

Georgetown 

Brigus 

Gullies 

Roache's Line 

Gould's Road 

Cross Roads, Foley's Hill.. 

Greenland 

Deep Gulch 

Southside 

Shark's Cove 

Cupids 

Salmon Cove 

Hodgewater 

Turk's Water 

Juniper Stump 

Emerald Vale 

Riverside Mills 

Springdale 

South River 

Broads 

Clarke's Beach 

Otterbury 

North River 

Hall's Town 



1,296 
9,072 



19 

58 

123 

73 

3 

7 

2 

9 

2 

46 

14 

98 

18 

11 

5 

12 



1 
17 
34 
34 
15 

4 
33 



53 
530 



2 

15 

9 



427 
1,708 



4 

13 

38 

17 

1 

3 



5 

3 

36 

14 

54 

5 

5 

2 

3 



2 

20 
7 

15 
1 

18 



1,075 
7,525 



1 

18 

80 

23 

18 

15 

11 

1 

1 

9 

4 

90 

21 

2 



1 
22 
58 
23 
46 
33 
44 
88 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



603 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





CD 
1 — 1 

.CS 


POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 




a 1 
> 

O: 

a 

<D 

X- ■ 


w 

a 

<u 
M 
o 

3 
u 


W CO 

si 

OP4 


u 

" CO 

•"2 




No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


y co 

iT en 

W r-i 

B 3 

a o 
£■ o> 


in 

to 

O 
CD 

> 




61 
488 


14,420 
14,420 


1 

8,9571 

6,7181 


[ 

139,3191 

55,728 


7,911 
2,373 


3,465 
1,386 


63,268 
22,144 


24 


12 










75 

353 

1,158 

216 

91 

113 

81 

44 

15 

347 

46 

705 

292 

92 

17 

146 

12 

19 

6i 

431 

266 

71 r 

21f 

441 

48! 


, 8j 

222 

1,329 

114 

72 

66 

54 

30 

5 

265 

43 

358 

82 

62 

1 46 

I 167 

1 8 
1 

29 

J 77 

272 

j 101 

'J 236 

5| 13t 

l| 25£ 

il 293 


1,400 

3,500 

12,370 

1,855 

650 

1,660 

1,300 

400 

300 

4,500 

700 

16,760 

5,250 

2,120 

380 

1 2,195 

500 

300 

895 

4,48C 

2,78£ 

4,036 

1,39] 

3,486 

■ 

5,075 


265 

760 

1,725 

65 




187 

1,043 

4,219 

790 

291 

353 

242 

190 

75 

1,694 

230 

3,526 

1,580 

330 

55 

1 485 

I 50 

70 

J 26C 

J 1,504 

1 702 

| 2,636 

| 67] 

1,60' 

1 

j 1,456 








3 

5 
1 
6 














24 














12 










100 

170 

110 
[ 195 
[ 32E 

1 4C 
| 38E 

1 

| 86 

1 

56 

1 4! 
| 17( 

1 

I 6 

1 














1 


40 








| 






4 


i 

1 160 


| 




| 


1 




1 


1 5 
1 


1 

i 




1 

1 




1 

I 






1 

1 

1 

) 


1 

| 








1 

I 




>| 


1 






1 

] 






>| 50 

)| 


1 

| 













! 

| 












1 

| 















1 

| 




'| 20 

1 

J 34 


)| 10C 

31 E 


t 








1 

1 




) 








1 

| 








1 



404 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 


CD 




i3 


o 
"a 

§ 


Dock 

Black Duck Pond 


35 
14 
37 
18 
37 
65 
47 
42 
32 

117 
30 

184 


1 




34 
9 

19 
12 


11 
7 


Bareneed 




27 


Sandy Cove 




13 


Port de Grave 




28 


Ship Cove 




8 

4 

7 

2 

37 

17 

12 


38 


Blow-Me-Down 




10 


Hibb's Hole 




11 


Pick-Eyes , 




7 


Country Road . . 


1 


78 
55 




23 


174 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



605 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


re 


Hens Over 1 Year 


Chickens 


gg 

re In 


<D 

+-» 

3 
o <S 


Gallons Mill: 
Sold 1934 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


Value of Furs, $ 






271 
148 
457 
70 
312 
293 
215 
120 
107 

1,913 
525 

3,543 


169 

83 

384 

20 

242 

175 

140 

37 

55 

841 

210 

2,195 


3,060 
1,850 
5,670 

650 
2,000 
2,560 
2,000 

850 

1,010 

9,392 

6,938 

24,455 


540 

75 

225 


163 

85 

224 


814 
408 
2,594 
165 
680 
564 
401 
200 
220 

12,551 
2,934 

17,499 










1 




3 

1 


| 












1 




1 


20 


100 


| 




1 






1 
60 

1,113 

225 
560 






1 




25 
300 



2,205 


1 . . .. 




1 




2 
33 




| 






| 









606 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District Harbour Main-Bell Island 

Value, $ 

St. Thomas 

Paradise 

Topsail Road 

Topsail 

Chamberlains .... 

Manuels 

Long Pond 

Fox Trap 

Codner (Middle Bight) 

Kelligrews 

Riverdale ....... 

Upper Gullies 

Lance Cove 

Seal Cove 

Indian Pond 

Duffs, Holyrood 

Holyrood South 

Holyrood Central 

Holyrood North 

Newtown 

Salmonier Road 

Lake View 

Chapel's Cove 

Harbour Main , 

Avondale .... 



SHEEP 



0) 



2,130 
14,910 



73 
14 
35 
207 
261 
48 
41 
31 
37 



t 



32 

19 

1 

37 

63 

17 

17 

10 

28 

37 

155 

1331 



I 






GOATS 



26, 

260| 

1- 



4: 



1,000 
4,000 



u ! 

4j 
..„i 



28! 

164| 

17J 

I 

20j 

17| 

30! 



17 

13 

2 

49 

61 

7 

6 

6 

29 

27 

70 

42 



4. 
fa 



604 
4,228 



5 

5 

5 

42 

41 

5 

3 

18 



11 

15 
8 

25 
6 



11 
17 
26 
33 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



607 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



60 
280 



POULTRY 


S-i 




CO 




CD 




>H 




i-i 




U 




V 




> 


a 


o 


cu 




M 


a 


o 


V J3 


X 


O 1 



MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 




W 

M 


s Milk 
ed 1934 


^ CO 


s Milk 
934 


Dozs. Eg 
•ed 1934 


Gallon 
Produc 


1 

No. Lb 
Made 

i 


1 

Gallon 
Sold 1 

1 


JNo. of 
Produc 



FURS 



3 CO 



22,548 
22,548 



525 
293 
542 
898 
577 
346 
945 
. 780 
767 
791 
275 
665 

81 
708 
279 

72 
504 
643 
330 
147 

21 

301 

534 

1,243 

943 



18,547 
13,810 



528 
208 
238 
530 
471 
360 
634 
761 
689 
783 
263 
997 

77 
915 
295 

55 
528 

959 

I 
388 

811 

10| 

I 

3331 

7231 

1,251 

923 



30C,:,37 
122,095 



5,160 
3,330 
21,666 
9,270 
9,110 
908 
3,770 

4,430 

I 
4,745 

6,530 

2,055 

I 

4,405) 



I 



1,380 

I 
2,340 

1,380 

340 

I 
9,452] 

13,5401 

6,9501 

3,120 

1,650' 

4,880 

7,880 

15,530 

18,110 



83,731| 

I 

25,119| 



860| 

I 
4461 

270] 

1,911] 

5621 

85 

570 
I 

1,1101 

1,0861 
1,5201 

490 

I 
1,0301 

230| 

1 
442 1 

270 
I 



1,404 
2,726 
1,268 
622 
317 
1,150 
1,840 
4,207 
5,270 



25,811 
10,324 



1,080 

15,643 

370 

408 

95 



124,683 
43,639 



I 
48: 



301 



135| 



501 



450 



1,972 

856 
2,830 
2,532 
2,028 
1,095 
2,717 
1,432 
4,126 
4,826 
1,061 
3,683 

207 
4,136 
1,741 

615 
5,375 
4,604 
1,766 
1,153| 

110 
1,361 
3,014 
6,915 
5,237 



543 



55 
67 

17 



50 
15 



40 



179 

10 



> 



2,087 



1,890 
3 



18 



87 
4 



603 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Middle Arm 

Brigus Junction 

Conception Harbour 

Kitchuses 

Bacon Cove 

Colliers 

Marysvale 

Bell Island 



SHEEP 






6 
11 

128 
14 
15 

171 
72 

4171 



I 



CO 



03 



115 

38 

166 



I 



GOATS 



CO 

E 



4 


7 


5 


10 


45 


48 


1 


5 


6 


21 



80 

24 

133 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



609 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


Male 


u 
a 

<u 

m 
> 
O 

m 

a 
HI 


a 

0) 

X 
o 

6 


Gallons Milk 
Produced 1934 


u 

01 

3 
on ■* 

II 


in oa 


two 

.03 
N 

°£ 


2^ 

h2 
jjj-S 

£ CD 


<t-t 
o 

0) 

3 
> 





52 

93 

1,438 

297 

289 

1,448 

338 

5,383 


72 
106 

1,168 
258 
117 

1,172 
291 

2,363 


400 

30,301 
6,700 
4,905 

26,833 
8,140 

66,027 


150 




287 
509 
9,049 
1,728 
1,513 
9,263 
1,712 
35,230 











16 


6,450 
1,196 
927 
7,050 
1,991 
36,281 




2 




1 








6 
1 


110 


80 


6 


7,502 













610 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 


Xfl 


s 

CO 


w 

s 

CB 


ffl 

s 

Eh 


District St. John's West 

Value, $ 


33 
231 


2 
20 


2 
8 


71 
497 


Ward 1 








2 


Ward 2 


2 


2 






Ward 3 






Ward 4 










Ward 5 


















1 


Freshwater Valley 








11 


Boggy Hall Section 






2 


2 


Mental Hospital 




























9 

22 












Petty Harbour 
































2 


St. Phillip's 

St. Phillip's Hill 








4 


























49 











CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



611 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


"a 


:* 

u 

> 
O 
w 

a 


Chickens 


Si 


u 
<u 

3 
CQ"* 

• Oi 

o 3 
£§ ■ 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


Value of Furs, $ 


1 
8 


I 9,474 
| 9,474 


I 6,165 

1 

4,624 


360,489 
144,196 


7,034 
2,110 


253,316 
101,326 


r 

55,040 
| 19,264 


1 
601 








108 

1,122 

78 

273 

415 

98 

739 

2,745 


93 
832 

42 
101 
162 

70 

534 

1,848 


632 

7,700 





23 

28,235 

176,794 




104 
2,950 


1 

77 

6,863 

433 

748 








































317 

1,519 

33,361 








100 
1,566 


23,600 
133,521 




1 












514 
123 


297 
157 


41,105 



360 
1 


36,616 


1,646 
49 



182 














I 








95 


I 

43 















| 








75 

660 

333 

1,001 

362| 
i 

231 

5021 




: 

278 
179 
628 

289| 
244 
3681 


1,000 

64,485 1 
7,650| 

10,980| 
2,300| 
4,9501 
9,6351 




' 


140 

2,830 

2,297 

2,369 

980 

632 

597 








650| 

855| 

2,0921 

680' 

1 

275| 

4561 


55,860 
















. ._.. . 


i 

i 

665 


60 













612 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



is 



rt 



1 

CO 



GOATS 



CO 

E 

CD 



District St. John's East 

Value, $ 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Quidi Vidi 

Major's Path 

Nagle's Hill 

Flatrock 

Torbay 

Logy Bay 

Outer Cove 

Middle Cove 

Pouch Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Biscayan Cove 

Cape St. Francis 

Bauline 



466 
3,262 



-I- 



152 

1 
3 



9 
212 

72 
3 



14 



80 



334 
1,336 



132 



127 
59 



15 



44S 
3,136 



2 

3 
90 
81 
18 
26 

5 
145 

8 
21 

2 
47 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



613 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


CD 


to 

CD 
i-H 

CD 

> 
O 
w 

fl 

01 


a 

CD 

M 
o 

o 


<* 

si 


u 

CD 

3 
rn ■* 

M CO 

■"2 


C5 V2 


Ul 

bjo 
Hco 

.05 
Ul i-i 
N 
O irt 

«g 


3« 


o 

CD 

3 

as 
> 


7 


15,342 
15,342 


10,779 
8,084 


280,618 
112,247 


2,691 
807 


169,266 
67,706 


69,092 
24,182 


15 




56 












413 


355 


2,800 




1,000 


3,020 


































747 

75 

742 

2,896 

671 

1,176 

5,304 

580 

850 

740 

572 

208 

54 

20 

274 


182 

467 

3,375 

526 

715 

3,210 

376 

336 

342 

604 

72 

6 


10,440 

2,725 
46,545 
90,171 
41,248 

7,296 
25,084 
18,817 

6,882 
10,010 
13,200 

5,400 






2,623 

90 

5,657 

21,391 

1,680 

4,794 

17,157 

2,290 

2,054 

2,001 

4,789 

615 

202 

110 

619 








900 
37,298 
60,018 
32,875 








25 
50 






15 








1 


638 

838 

10 








7,549 

17,646 

3,430 

8,400 

150 












1 














3 

1 


980 
150 


























1 


213 





















614 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



01 



03 

K 



S 

to 
iJ 



GOATS 



0) 



District of Ferryland 

Value, $ 

Goulds 

Big Pond 

Bay Bulls 

Witless Bay 

Mobile 

Tors Cove 

Burnt Cove ... 

St. Michael's 

Bauline 

LaManche 

Brigus South 

Island Cove 

Admiral's Cove 

Shore's Cove 

Cape Broyle 

Calvert 

Ferryland 

Aquaforte 

Clear's Cove 

St. Bernard's 

Admiral's 

North Side 

Riverhead 

Kingman's 

Trixie's Cove 



2,180 
15,260 



131 

131 

34 

46 

16 

6 

7 

4 

20 

4 

10 



71 

: 
84 

233 

64 
16 



42 

9 

41 

26 

7 



191 
1,910 



7 

14 

4 

2 



982 
3,928 



I 



46; 

19 
20 
22 

9| 

2| 

6| 

11 
1 

2| 

11 
5| 



28 


18| 


18 


1 
30 


65 


77 


1 21 


17 




6 


6 


7 




2 


1 


15 




5 
6 







264 
1,848 



45 

37 

6 

6 



5 
7 
41 
7 
2 



10 
4 
5 

19 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



615 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



01 

73 



POULTRY 






0) 

> 

O 

a 



16 
128 



21 
1 
2| 
21 



1] 
1 



8,109 
8,109 



.3 
u 



MILK 



W 



Co *. 



BUTTER 



3 

CQ •* 

•"3 
o <s 



32| 
555| 
379 
741 
246 

37 

5 

187 

27 
199 
128 

21 



4,751 
3,563 



242,034 
96,814 



280 


77 


10 




1,261 


430 


739 


97 


225 


220 


410 


470 


99 


85 


46 


26 


91 


65 


21 
115 


20 
81 


18 


10 


67 


41 



31| 

416 

195 

618 

229 

21 

7 

64 

31 

110 

25 

34 



51,681 
15,504 



19,505 
450 

26,550 

22,150 
8,010 

10,000 

2,140 

2,680 

3,150 

1,210 

1,679 

365 

730 

i 

614 

10,358 

10,689 

22,450 

10,585 

860 



950 
5001 
5,0001 
7501 
900| 



MILK 



in Ol 
O _ 



EGGS 



be 

.OS 

N 
O TJ 

«H 3 

s° 



FURS 



S CO 

X! h 

fa o 
S " 



7,371 
2,948 



1,520 

75 

5,690 

2,218 

1,665 

2,592 

500 

780 

664 

270 

530 

108 

192 

I 

234 

3,392 

4,111 

2,560 

1,500 

233 



200 



I 



9401 
2501 
380| 



6,340 



431 

90 



10 



46,641 
16,324 



1,745 

80 

9,785 

6,040 

1,912 

3,002 

808 

340 

726 

138 

482 

50 

234 

162 

1,955 

1,138 

4,925 

2,0351 

2101 

10| 

I 

932| 

I 

185| 

I 
878] 

560 

120| 



387 



67 



171 



40 



fe 



231 



27 



18 



616 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



Trepassey 

Trepassey Central . 

Shoal Point 

Daniel's Point 

North West Arm ... 

Cape Pine 

St. Shott's 



244 

146 

23 

72 

7 

13 
71 



132 

103 

18 

56 

3 

12 

333 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 


0) 


a 


Lambs 


CD 

s 

0) 


St. Brendan's 


3 

4 

4 

152 

10 

45 

20 

5 

45 

44 

209 

60 




1 
2 




Blacksmith 






Bear Cove Point 




3 


Renews 

Bear Cove 


1 


28 


37 


Cappahayden 

Freshwater 

« 

Cape Race 


1 

2 


13 
13 




Long Beach 






19 

26 

165 

42 




Drook 






Portugal Cove 






Biscay Bay 







7 

11 

1 

7 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



617 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


H 


ns 




<u 




!* 




T-H 




t-i 




<L> 
> 


a 


o 


<u 




X 


a 




(D 


si 


M 


o 



MILK 



',■8 



3^ 



BUTTER 



3 

" CO 

MS 

o ™ 



MILK 



EGGS 





M 






^ 


.05 




W »-( 


a-ti 


N 


W C7S 


o>5 


fi-H 


£t5 


ct3 'q 





FURS 



"1 CO 

J "2 

S3 

Ski 



0) 
3 

> 



12 

7 

6 

580 

21 

87 

20 

52 

50 

31 

270 

62 

355 

2961 

47 

111' 

3 

I 
22 

138 



10 



302 



821 



35[ 

18| 
I 

170 

"I 

200j 

2541 
311 

61 



I 

6) 

147 



6,805 

445 

5,030 

1,000 

1,400 

I 
2,204 

1,910 

10,725' 

1 
3,205 

10,210 

16,145 

2,700j 

4,900 

800 

1,540 

10,740 



145 
1,210 

200 

280 
1,010 

810 

5,070! 

I 
1,705| 

5,275| 

I 

1,795 

3101 

8621 

200[ 

I 

330 

11,875 



75 

30 

50 

2,590 

110 

579 

140 

350 

94 

66 

537| 

116| 

I 

710| 

1,3351 

I 
1711 

I 
547| 

10[ 

i 

801 

5991 



I. 



34] 36 

I 
42| 30 

I 
131| 66 



1 
55 



20 
26 



618 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 







SHEEP 




GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 














Rams 


Lambs 


CD 

i — i 

as 

a 

CD 
fa 


District of Placentia and St Mary's ... 


5,213 


424 


1 2,839 


94 


Value, $ 


36,491 


4,240 


11,356 


658 


Peter's River 


42 

49 

133 

146 




30 

41 

46 

112 




Middle Gut 






St. Vincent's 






Gaskiers 




3 


Point La Haye 


168 
36 
27 

168 




68 

26 

26 

132 


1 


Gulch 






Path End 






St. Mary's 




2 


Cout's Pond 


25 




13 




River Head 


154 
84 




80 
49 




Mall Bay 






Admiral's Beach , 


12 
40 




6 
8 




Mosquito 








44 


2 


15 






42 


6 


21 






135 


18 


35 


3 




50 


10 


16 


3 


Forest Field 


15 


5 


8 


1 




22 


2 


20 


2 




130 




72 


2 


Mitchell's Brook 


52 




26 


5 




27 




13 






31 




1 
22 


1 




60 




43 


1 




15 




9 





CENSUS OP NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



619 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



cc! 



> 
O 
w 

a 

<L> 

X 



a 

CD 

o 

o 



MILK BUTTER 






■="0 



3 



Jo 
■"2 



MILK 



CO 

W OS 

eg q 



EGGS 


U2 


M 


M^, 

wS 


. 03 


W i-H 


N 


Ots 


Q o> 




"H 3 


-a 


62 


£Pi 



FURS 





««■ 


gS 




3 co 

£2 


«"S 


«4H 
O 


I 2 


0) 


S'3 


3 




CO 

> 



16 
128 



7,983 
7,983 



6,550 
4,913 



377,215 
150,886 



55,072 
16,522 



1,541 
616 



46,607 
16,312 



2,572 



1,466 



52 


111 


5,100 


1,070 


65 


109 


3,890 


1,070 


242 


379 


9,650 


875 


128 


288 


9,660 


1,650 


127 


340 


7,250 


990 


48 


123 


1,890 


250 


26 


28 


610 


40 


447 


331 


13,480 


2,500 


52 


113 


1,830 


185 


339 


308 


16,175 


2,584 


103 


39 


7,160 


783 


10 


13 


770 


120 


64 


36 


2,870 


510 


58 


39 


1,096 


270 


67 


79 


1,940 


350 


328 


413 


6,947 


1,282 


68 


117 


3,304 


594 


28 


25 


360 


96 


68 


70 


3,800 


332 


317 


268 


8,323 


1,720 


123 


99 


3,216 


738 


28 




3,120 
2,535 


616 


38 


9 


580 


95 


72 


2,877 


506 


20 


16 


600 


90 



260 
300 

1,086 
583 
645 
245 
135 

2,109 
215 
979 
457 
70 
347 
330 
331 

1,344 
348 
124 
227 

1,062 
413 
114 
148 
457 
37 



130 



279 



131 

100 
42 



31 

144 



36 



34 



85 



120 

80 
11 



30 

51 



22 



620 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 














Rams 


en 

a 


"a 

a 

V ■ 


North Harbour 


74 
13 




50 
5 


2 


Garden Cove 


3 




Beckford ;-... 










Branch 


218 


53 


118 




East Cove 










Point Lance 


46 


2 


17 




Golden Bay 


9 


6 


4 




Cape St. Mary's 










Lear's Cove 


18 
178 




3 

80 




St. Bride's 


11 




Custlett 


93 


24 


44 




Angel's Cove 


49 


7 


34 




Patrick's Cove 


28 


6 


17 




Gooseberry 


9 




11 




Ship Cove 


53 




20 




Great Barrisway 


14 




2 




Little Barrisway 


24 




22 




Point Verde .... 


308 
109 




210 
78 






1 




Placentia 


33 


6 


25 


10 


Placentia Junction ... 


11 
80 




9 

104 


1 




3 


4 




55 


2 


38 


4 




34 


3 


28 


1 




378 


9 


2651 






362 


2 


216 


5 




367 


72 


1511 


3 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



621 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


t~t 


a 




<v 




|H 




tH 




U 




> 


to 


O 


<D 


a 




<D 


.d 


w 


O 



130 

31 

5 

352 

74 
3 



5 

245 

65 

100 

70| 

251 
i 



61 



6 
262 

46 
4 



303 

150 

49 

34 

25 



I 



72 


96 


18 


37 


8 


8 


318 


255 


375 


175 


586 


162 


35 


29 


234 


175 


205 


138 


42 


47 


352 


142 


429 


185 


343 


287 



MILK 






g3 



BUTTER 



3 

•"5 

II 



4,142 
400 



32,350 

9,100 

350 



1,750 

34,650 

9,450 

10,150 

7,350 

4,100 

6,460 

1,950 

2,400 

19,365 

13,710 

4,815 

160 

7,155 

4,415 

3,485 

20,910 

18,655 

8,370 



543 



4,880 
1,660 

70 



320 

5,685 

1,630 

1,710 

1,140 

600 

810 

285 

205 

2,640 

1,652 

450 



1,264 
1,396 
820 
4,356 
2,805 



MILK 



CO 

in Oi 

CO o 



EGGS 



10 



700 



180 
202 
10 
230 
209 



BO 

S3 

.Ol 

N 

o -a 
M o 

og 



325 

500 

350 

205 

595 

135 

145 

2,337 

2,369 

4,538 

216 

2,249 

1,287 

320 

2,679 

3,064 

2,273 



FURS 



r °> 



5 s 



508 


30 


292 




25 




1,755 


146 


370 


20 


15 




25 


20 


1,220 


387 



661 



171| 

88 1 

l 
30 



25 



160 



3 



3 

"a 
> 



13 



129 
15 



35 

121 
21 



55 

34 

5 



60 



622 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 














w 

fa 


5 
a 
W 


£ 

cd 




■ — i 
as - 

E 

<u 
fa - 




63 


30 




57 




Long Harbour 


77 


59 




106 


7 


Famish Cove 


83 


12 




32 




Tickle Harbour Station 


4 


5 




8 


1 




94 


19 




51 


2 




25 


5 




11 






62 


15 




28 




1 




32 


27 




57 


29 














Come-by-Chance 


16 

_, 


2 


6 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



628 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


m 


cs 




<D 




t* 




l-i 




H 




01 




> 


C! 


O 
a 


o 


<u 


J3 


M 


O 



MILK 



k> CO 
PI 05 






BUTTER 



3 
on ■* 

J a; 
o « 



150 


84 


303 


115 


43 


35 


16 




83 


7 


15 




43 


5 


231 


172 


4 





32 


31 



4,165 
10,850 
2,450 
350 
2,800 
4,200 
4,200 
2,850 

1,350 



200 



150 



MILK 



CO 

o 

PJT3 



EGGS 



& 



OtJ 

Q 9. 



o a 
So, 



1,149 

2,512 

209 

100 

414 

125 

237 

1,566 

30 

92 



FURS 



hi 



<T3 



'Ztfl 



516 



20 



516 



20 



624 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 




! 








W 


s 

a 
« 


s 

re 


re 

e 

En 


District Pacentia West .... 


4,423 


273 


1,563 


249 


Value, $ 


30,961 


2,730 


6,252 


1,743 


Red Island 


151 
236 




60 
109 


1 


Harbour Buffett 




12 


Port Royal 


45 




20 




Kingwell 


104 
53 




33 

7 




Spencer's Cove 




1 


Haystack 


128 
40 




41 
7 




Brewley 






Rose-au-Rue 


6 

22 
177 








Indian Harbour 


6 

59 




Merasheen 




1 


Jean de Gaunt 


19 
6 
6 




4 
1 
5 




Pinchard's Island 






Gaulton's Island 






Harbour Island 


36 


1 


8 














Tack's Beach 


21 




5 






59 




10 





Broad Cove 


43 




8 






54 


11 


17 


1 


Black River 


9 
119 




2 
44 






19 






29 


1 


3 


2 




79 




19 






142 


7 


47 






149 


23 


40 


5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



625 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



a 
<u 



> 

o 
a 
X 



o 

o 



18 
144 



7,362 
7,362 



I 



3,776 
2,832 



MILK 



i — i OS 



' T3 
) P. 



OS 



89,494 
35,798 



BUTTER 



3 
o M 



MILK 



zn as 

Did 



16,983 
5,095 



154 
62 



EGGS 



CUD 
W3 



O -c 

Q <u 
°€ 



29,688 
10,391 



FURS 



M CO 

£2 



a in 



694 



fa 



3 

> 



427 



342 

444 

72 

135 

139 

109 

59 

4 

25 

130 

38 

4 

23 

53 



82 

98 

51 

32 

19 

112 

118 

112 

218 

148 



332 
234 

32 
28 
23 
58 
26 



2 

96 

9 

1 

16 

51 



18 
42 
48 



21 
46 

22 



71 

77 



5,690 
4,100 
1,130 
2,550 
2,350 
2,580 
300 



550 
3,410 



500 



I 
1,460| 

500j 

900| 

I 
600 

1,500 

45 

800 

1,000 

3,000 



1,625 
1,050 
377 
720 
510 
725 



150 
1,080 



1801 



I 



450 
120 



I 



40 
20 



20 
20 



1,507 

1,712 

284 

3,425 

346 

270 

121 

5 

47 

459 

75 

8 

250 

117 



265 
338 
174 
307 
170 
636 
255 
330 
495 
508 



79 



24 



94 



626 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Proweston 

Davis Cove 

Chamber's Island ... . 

Queen's Bank 

Clattice Harbour ... 
Chandler's Harbour . 

Little Paradise 

Bona 

Isle Valen 

St. Leonard's 

St. Kyran's 

Murphy's Cove 

St. Anne's 

Presque 

Deep Cove 

Tosselo 

Beckford's Cove 

Great Bona 

Great Paradise 

Monkstown 

Darby's Harbour 

South East Bight 

Petit Forte 

Burnt Island 

St. Joseph's 

Little Harbour 

Brookside 



SHEEP 



fcj 



2S 

52 

7 

8 

116 



53 

24 

101 

37 

48 

6 

57 

44 

16 

30 

5 

29 

63 

63| 

14] 

I 
67 

155 

52 
99 
55 



K 



12 



a 

a 



18 
2 

4 
22 



24 
18 
25 
13 

24 

2 

25 

18 

11 

i 
8! 

I 

41 

! 
27 

I 
27j 

I 
10| 



19 
74 
18 
13 
19 



GOATS 



0) 

En 



20 



16 

7 



15 
5 
4 

13 
5 

13 



20 



4 
32 
10 

2 



CENSUS* OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



627 



Table 15. livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


u 




a 




dj 




in 




,-t 




u 




<u 




> 


S3 


O 
a 




<u 


XI 


a 


U 



MILK 



a! 

a g 



38 

32 

3 



132 



106] 

io| 

94| 
46 1 

53] 

7| 

30] 

42| 

13 l J 

I 
23| 

9] 

I 

33 

77 

80 

21 

39 

213 
81 

102 

92 

6 



43 

■o'l 



I 



38! 



60 



64 
33 
39 



16 



16 
20 
37 
28 
16 
27 
96 
34 
72 
122 
6 



700 
1,000 



1,070 



BUTTER 



3 

no «* 



MILK 






EGGS 



.on 

W r-l 
N 

5 "9 



fcft 






801 
450 



850 
816 
100 



327 
125 
176 



335 
448 
1,440 
290 
548 
128 



168 
100 



220 
108 



20 



30 

30 

300 

25 

25 



90 
78 



410 



816 

61 

405 

176 

274 

23 

113 

174 

74 

47 

22 

160 

268 

219 

174 

124 

720 

235 

367 

212 

12 



FURS 





«» 






3 CO 


U 

3 








o 


-Q M 


<u 


S ^ 


3 


S. v 


to 
> 



11 



...I 



17 



43 
4C 



62£ 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 




Boat Harbour 

Parker's Cove 

Oderin 

Baine Harbour 

Rushoon 

Creston South ... . 

Marystown South 

Beau Bois 

Little Bay 

Duricle 

Tides Point 

Tides Cove 

Fox Cove 

Mortier 

Rock Harbour 

Jean de Bay 

Davis Island 

Flat Island 

Red Harbour 

Spanish Room 

Mooring Cove 

Marystown North . 

Creston North 

Marticot Island 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



629 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



01 



POULTRY 



> 
O 

a 



o 



I 



99 

27 

293 

204 

126 

209 

219 

41 

172 

25 

9 

4 

131 

125 

93 

61 

710 

167 

25 

93 

97 

359 

112 

12 



MILK 



is n 



1! 



118 

27 

188 

167 

192 

64 

71 

23 

34 

4 



21 
28 
21 
44 
269 
86 



66 

59 

172 

76 



3,500 



1,600 
795 
840 

3,420 

2,780 
850 

2,985 
950 
900 



BUTTER 


MILK 


u 




<u 




-fj 


■W 


3 




M CO 


S«< 




CO 


S '-i 


w OS 


J2 


fi '-' 


>J D 


o _ 


o <S 


3 T3 


££ 


Ow 



4,480 
4,120 
2,645 
1,250 



300 
4,120 
2,790 
6,250 
2,330 
20 



496 



104 
39 



019 
554 
170 
465 
240 
100 



750 
710 
225 
250 



966 

490 

1,717 

675 



EGGS 



on 

. OS 
U] t-H 
N 
O T3 

J» 



"T5 
OS 

So, 



FURS 






40 
5 



2161 

351 

990) 

i 

6001 

I 
344 



660 

700 

I 

162) 

I 

438] 

I 

90| 

I 
40) 

15 

568 

418 

280 

266 

3,029 

353 

51 

328 

462 

1,498 
658 
120 



59 

2271 

1 
40 

4 

20 

5 



731 



19' 

40 

3 

105 






0> 

3 
a 
> 



15 
89 

14 
1 
5 
2 



23 



5 
13 

1 
36 



630 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Burin ... .... 

Value, $ 

Port au Bras 

Bull's Cove 

Path End 

Burin North -. 

Ship Cove 

Collin's Cove 

Kirby's Cove 

Mosquito Cove 

Pardy's Island 

Kelly's Cove 

Step a Side 

Great Burin 

Shalloway 

Whale Cove . 

Burin Bay 

Ship Cove, Path End . 

Black Duck Cove 

Sandy Point 

Long Cove 

The Droke 

Salmonier 

Burin Bay Arm 

Salt Pond 

Loon's Cove . 

Bay View 



SHEEP 



0) 



2,618 
18.326 



36 
44 
32 
30 

1 

7 
14 

7 
34 

3 
31 
32 
18 
12 

71| 

! 

7| 

I 

14| 
I 

5 ! 
i 

21 

I 
11 

26 

30] 

I 
25 

28 

5 



as 



as 
l-l 



223 

2,230 



13 



7 

141 
3 
8 

28 



1,181 

4,724 



15 
12 
10 
12 



13 

3 

11 

1? 

2 

2 

26 

6 

6 

1 

2 

1 

8 

8 

12 

22 

4 



GOATS 



"3 






132 

924 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



631 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 

eo 
Wet 

. OS 

N 

O r0 

Qo; 
<h 3 
°-a 


FURS 


Male 


Hens Over 1 Yeai 


M 
o 

2 

U 


i — i Ci 


No Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


Value of Furs, S 


42 
336 


6,816 
6,816 


4,114 
3,036 


195,381 
78,152 


54,047 
16,214 


5,117 
2,047 


52,575 
18,391 


1,225 


464 






2 


173 
125 
99 
289 
17 
43 
54 

11 
42 

5 

68 

165 

54 

15 

197 

10 

18 

8 

8 

4 

32 

48 

66 

72 


98 

106 

14 

205 

10 

38 

37 

6 

11 

5 

43 

71 

51 

25 

112 

8 
4 


3,345 
2,000 
1,179 
4,349 

450 


725 
5,395 

365 
1,620 
3,105 


322 
139 
161 
597 


17 
150 
220 
659 


1,571 

1,233 

996 

2,337 

92 

222 

339 

29 

302 

32 

573 

1,543 

458 

116 

1,291 

57 

209 

58 






























80 





75 
























. 




















216 
1,019 
140 
288 
703 


10 
10 

117 


















3 



















1,262 
50 


309 
10 




















12 
11 
26 
76 








20 
261 
476 
550 
431 




52 

17 

10 

107 







1 


3,719 
3,112 
2,930 
3,720 


1,129 
758 
772 

1,163 


45 








3 





33 




















632 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












w 
CD 


to 

g 

CO 

K 


CO 

CO 
1-1 


CD 

"to 

a 

CD 












Epworth 


59 


18 


23 




Wandsworth 


24 


9 


6 


1 


Lance a L'Eau 


1 
33 




1 
20 






4 


14 


Little St. Lawrence 


39 


9 


29 




St. Lawrence 


244 


15 


153 






57 

4 

119 

23 

87 




27 




Roundabout 






Lord's Cove 




52 
8 

47 






3 

1 













58 




30 
29 
22 




Lamaline West 


73 
63 




J 




? 


1 




47 




15 


4 




48 




26 




39 




7 






100 




64 
















7 




3 






84 




59 






92 


7 


38 


74 




,264 


7 


114 


20 




29 




19 






118 




58 




139 


1 


58 






252 


4 


79 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



633 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


No. of Dozs. Eggs O 
Produced 1934 $ 


FURS 




u 
to 
<u 

P« 

T-t 

Sh 

> 
O 

m 

a 
a 


to 

a 

<u 

o 

2 
U 


W CO 

j3 en 

■as 


u 

3 
PQ ■* 

" CO 

o ,2 


3 

3«g 


gco 
B 3 


en 
U 
3 
fa 

o 

(V 

3 

> 




12 

167 

57 

4 

65 

53 

597 

233 

2 

89 

21 

60 

114 

123 

121 

233 

49 

46 

140 

9 

1 

95 

599 

1,459 

24 

67 

128 

| 625 


81 

34 

1 

41 

67 

384 

173 

159 

50 

24 

63 

59 

139 

196 

88 

107 

199 

9 

135 

99 

693 

25 

21 

2£ 

26£ 


1,200 

3,255 

1,290 

405 

1,453 

3,140 

19,530 

17,100 

540 

8,815 

5,790 

3,000 

2,890 

5,540 

2,870 

1,448 

2,440 

2,670 

10,140 

340 

394 

8,130 

8,795 

24,030 

2,470 

4,650 

900 

1 14,830 


500 

771 

380 

80 

114 

727 

6,022 

4,431 

120 

2,169 

1,286 

914 

616 

1,535 

700 

434 

784 

880 

3,261 

110 

216 

3,190 

1,935 

8,140 

1,050 

1,110 

545 

| 4,221 




120 

1,254 

378 

32 

638 

440 

6,294 

2,896 

48 

960 

228 

531 

1,081 

1,340 

72 

2,448 

588 

509 

1,715 

108 

12 

1,098 

3,274 

8,638 

122 

476 

502 

3,527 


73 

25 
112 
272 






91 












7 


4 




33 




504 


89 


































380 










1 






50 




















































1 












i 






| 




720 
1,930 


23 
6 
6 

62 




21 
10 


a 

2 
3 










27 




230 










i 

| 460 






152 



634 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Fortune Bay-Hermitage 

Value, $ 

Point Enragee 

Great Jervais 

Barrisway de Plate 

Grand John 

Langue de Cerf 

St. Bernard's 

Jacques Fontaine 

Bay l'Argent 

Little Bay East 

Little Harbour East : 

Harbour Mille 

Terrenceville 

Grand le Pierre 

Pay's Cove ; 

English Harbour East 

Bay de l'Eau 

New Harbour 

Femme 

Long Harbour Beach 

Hoop Cove 

Anderson's Cove 

Stone's Cove 

Hare Harbour 

Rencontre East 

Doctor's Harbour 



SHEEP 



CO 

w 



5,034 
35,238) 






5 

CO 



GOATS 



75 

3 

10 

15 

9 

95 

8" 

193 

160 

44 

268 

127 

21 

2 

137 

46 

8 

59 

4 

15 

42 

82 

21 

Sli 

I 
16| 



232 
2,320 



4 

lj 
i 

II 

13| 
i 



23 



2,419 
9,676| 



26] 

i 

l\ 

3J 

I 

31 

2! 

51| 

33| 

57J 

70; 

27| 

135[ 

62] 

10! 

21 
62! 
34 

"\ 
36 
12 

91 
30| 

641 

14i 

I 

211 



cu 



486 
3,402 



6 

6 

2 

36 



2 
10 
14 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



635 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



0) 

■a 

m 



POULTRY 



37 
296! 



> 
O 

a 

0) 

X 



6,828 
6,828 



c 
u 



MILK 



OH, 



BUTTER 



3 



J3 



MILK 



W OS 

35 



EGGS 



BO 
tt3 



Ots 

M o 

SO, 



FURS 



-J CO 

.2 2 



2 t/3 



3,575 



2,681] 



81,473 
32,589 



17,433 
5,230 



699 
280 



28,558 
9,995 



-I- 



h 



1,557| 3,376 
! 

I 



89 


86 


9 


2 


10 




12 


1 22 


4 


4 


167 


71 


70 


19 



220| 

I 

121| 

30 



132| 

I 
192| 

I 
24 

2 

111 

36 



64 
6 

15 

73 
132 

26 
176 

23 



1 



83 
25 
13 
90 
167 
27 



66 
18 



121 

2| 

I 

101 

31] 

39] 

29 

I 
111| 

A 



1,310 



300 
200 

2,310 
410 

5,680 
410 
820 

1,670 

4,855 
200 



3,565 
2,150 



8501 
4001 
500| 
405| 
1,355| 
250 
410| 
140| 



360 



70 

10 

610 

160 

1,050 

160 

135 

445 

620 

40 



790 
365 



200 

401 
1501 
1501 

275| 
40| 



272 

23 

60 

55 

6 

861 

144 

1,495 

144 

106 

383 

607 

41 

5 

385 

97 

30 

272 

35| 

56] 

344 

519| 

93 

I 
567| 

1151 



921 



I 

24] 

130 

32 

1 
85 

2 



1| 

2 



151 



25 
2 



15 



74 



67 
154 



52 
12 



47 



1 

41 



13 

4 



636 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Lally Cove 

Bay du Nord 

Lake's Beach 

Turnip Cove 

Pool's Cove 

Corbin 

Barrow 

Belleoram 

St. Jacques 

St. Jacques Island 

English Harbour West ... 

Mose Ambrose 

Boxey 

Blanchet 

St. John's Bay 

Coomb's Cove 

Wreck Cove 

Red Cove 

Bay de l'Eau Island 

Millers Passage 

Little Bay West 

Jersey Harbour 

Broad Cove 

Harbour Breton 

Deadman's Cove 

Sagona 

Mercer's Cove, Brunette 



SHEEP 






ca 



CO 



39 

56 

4 

5 

47 

22 

6 

54 

115 



121 

60 

138 



4| 



11 
21 
20 



31 


1 


IfiR 


! 


61 




39 


i 


13 




87 


6 


51 


5 


74 


10 


17 


i 


65 


7 


4 




inn 




77 









16 

31 

2 

4 

18 

8 

1 

i 

271 

89| 



2 
12 
73 



25( 

90| 

36| 

I 
17 

6 

16 

19 

32 

9| 

97| 
I 



49] 
42J 



GOATS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



637 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 

BO 


FURS 




a 








. «3- 




cu 




k> CO 

p; en 


3 


^ 


.03 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


w 

u 
3 


s 


Hens Over 


Chickens 


si 


" m 
o <« 


*3 

CO Oi 


No. of Dozs 
Produced 1 


fa 

o 

cu 
3 

> 



62 

157 

1 

20 
111 

27 

15 
521 
296 

10 
238 

56 
133 



9 

123 

48 

35 

24 

68 

110 

139 

11 

434 

120 

73 



181 

1231 

I 

I 



33j 

26 

6 

292 

36 



I 



114] 

! 
81 

11 



45 
41 



I 



16 
28 
42 
59 
1 
165 

27 
29 



215 

2,712 

3 

54 

6,843 

92 

35 

2,462 

2,522 



2,100 

750 

1,900 



580 
350 
600 



750 
1,530 
1,300 



4,740 



3,270 



591 



1,060 
5 



450 
200 
400 



170 
115 
180 



200 
380 
410 



832 



6421 



I 



I 
353| 

4581 



40i 



15! 



3001 



25j 



99 



2681 

i 
704[ 

6 1 

80! 

I 

7581 

122| 



1 



801 

I 

3,274 

1,783 
25 

1,246 
197 
457 



29 

438 

151 

98] 

I 

83 

228 

397 

466 

50 

2,630 

522 
234 



67 


32 


57 


19 



13| 



638 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Forward's Cove, Brunette 

Great Harbour 

Dawson's Cove 

Seal Cove 

Pass Island 

Grole 

Hermitage 

Furby's Cove 

Barrisway Cove 

Round Cove 

Hardy's Cove 

Little Passage 

Gaultois 

Piccaire 

Round Harbour 

Little Bay 

Patrick's Harbour 

Harbour Gallett 

Raymond's Point 

Burnt Woods 

Conne 

Head of Conne 

Morrisville 

Lector's Cove 

Milltown 

Head of Bay d'Espoir 

St. Joseph's 





SHEEP - 


- • ,< 


<D 


Rams 


B 

(B 



17 

61 

209 

278 

68 
76 
129 
43 
12 
27 
14 

7 
44 
19 

9 

8 
16 
18 
25 
18 
31 
12 
27 

6 

94 

215 

75 



41 

I 

15 

127 

141 

31 

40 

80 

17 

4 

15 

5 

2 

21 

8 

5 

6 

4 

10 

22 

9 

141 

9 

10 

3 

41, 
l 

82| 

i 

261' 



GOATS 



14 

7 
1 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



639 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



j POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 

B0 

a£ 

.en 

N 
Ot3 

Oo 

°-a 

6g 

So, 

1 

| 29 

422 

406 

264 

333 

141 

1,133 

92 


FURS 


Male 


Hens Over 1 Year 


a 

o 

o 




No. Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


~ CO 

U r& 

.Q U 
E 3 

!5W 


ta- 
rn 

a 
fa 

o 
a> 

a 
> 




1 

1 8 

99 

96 

99 

94 

48 

283 

28 


81 
13 
51 
42 
66 
103 
6 


2,640 

3,040 

1,272 



3,824 



525 




1 




1 

1 




1 





1,020 
496 






12 

6 

40 
38 
23 
20 

67 






70 


3 













2 






790 


150 


13 




114 









6 




1 
6 












2 
29 


6 










14 














178 
44 
48 
21| 

6| 

HI 

1 

151 

12| 

28 
10 
521 

2| 

661 

162| 

671 


32 
23 

45 
8 

1 

1 

1 

I 

1 
121 

5| 

20 

9j 

17 

1 

117| 

661 








543 

167 

262 

59 

17! 
43 
62 
16 

48 

26 

127 

7 

1 

218| 

447| 

262] 


1 

1 



78 
6 












| 







15 










18 




1 




1 









3! 
i 



















| 


260 

260 
520 

220 
2,930 

2,883[ 

1 


45 





75 


1 


937 


1 

1 


10 
100 




4 






1 




i 
11 

91 

.1 

11 

1 

i 




75 
614 
7691 


1 



_1 


23 

1081 

1 
19| 

A 


20 
137 

90 







640 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Swanger's Cove . 

St. Alban's 

Roti Point 

King's Cove 

Goblin 

Bay d'Est 

Couillard 

Stanley's Cove .. 
Great Jervais ... 

Pushthrough 

Saddle Island ... 
McCallum 



SHEEP 






306 



6 
10 
10 
3 
5 
30 
40 
16 
10 



a 

PS 



14 
9 
5 



£ 



134 



3, 

2| 

I 
2! 

i 
2| 

I 
15, 

i 
II 

I 
4! 



GOATS 



E 

ID 

fa 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



641 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


No. of Dozs. Eggs O 
Produced 1934 g 


FURS 


[Male 


u 

CS 

<u 

(* 

rH 
U 
01 

> 
O 
w 
fi 

CD 

a 


S3 

CD 

O 

2 
u 




3 
on'* 

M CO 

■"2 

o| 


CO 

W CD 

C5w 


3 CO 
r CO 


#3- 

to 

o 

01 

3 

CO 

> 


| 










1 


3 


419 
7 


637 


2,317 


873 




1,515 
15 


5231 1,127 
61 7(1 
















3 


10 
34 


4 

21 

8 

6 

51 

61 

4 








18 

106 

6 

25 
150 
389 

49 

89 


7 
16 




1 


24 






58 





2 
11 
64 
118 
29 
57 




90 




84 
66 
42 
93 








| 








1 
| 












1 









642 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 







SHEEP 




GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












CD 


e 

nJ 


ir 

1 

CO 


4) 

i— < 
CO 

e 


District Burgeo and LaPoile 


1,481 


179 


735 


65 


Value, $ 


10,367 


1,790 


2,940 


455 


Mosquito 


5 


2 




5 


Muddy Hole 


23 


7 


13 




Richard's Harbour 


7 


3 


1 




Lock's Cove , 


1 






2 


Cul de Sac East 








Rencontre West 


44 


2 


24 


1C 


New Harbour 


51 


2 


33 


5 


Francois 


24 


4 


18 


1 


Cul de Sac West 


2 

1 

39 


1 


1 




Penguin Islands 




Cape La Hune 


1 


21 





Grey River 


18 


2 


9 




Dog Cove 


7 


3 


2 


1 


Coppett 


25 


2 


15 




Fox Island Harbour 


56 


1 


45 






92 


22 


45 


9 


Deer Island 


19 


4 


8 






10 




5 




Red Island 


38 


1 


11 















Burgeo 


116 


5 


51 






34 




4 




Otter's Point 


52 


3 


23 




Frenchman's Cove 


3 


1 






Grand Bruit 


18 


1 


7 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



643 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 


f-t 




nj 




<u 




i* 




T-* 




Sh 




ffi 




> 


c 


o 


cu 


CO 
C 




<U 


Ji 


X 


U 



MILK 



<T3 

, 9 



CO !_, 

0& 



BUTTER 



3 
if 



MILK 



CO 

*2 

CO o 



EGGS 



O 73 

Q « 
15 Ph 



FURS 



£2 

IS 

2 * 

St/3 



PL, 



CD 
3 

> 



18 
144 



4,801 
4,801 



2,845 
2,124 



30,202| 5,765 

I 
12,081 1,730 



950 
380 



28,783 
10,074 



700 



1,426 



6 
32 
26 
14 

9 

86 

57 

112 

37 

8 
43 
49 
10 
24 
90 
287 
42 
14 
69 

8 

418 

20 

51 

6 
155 



15 
17 



24 
41 
51 
31 
8 
25 
31 
31 
17 
32 

154 

24 

3 

18 

16 

239 



21 



116 



55 



179 
38 
80 



1,116 



2,100 



159 



1,070 



15 



360 



14 

I 
80 

89 

47 

17 
304 
214 
326 
211 

18 
112 
111 

29 

80 

311 

1,003 

184 

37 
117 

35 
1,931 

65 
187 

30 
549 



28 



233 



50 



64 



65 



3| 12 
I 



1081 615 



14 155 



127 



G44 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 


CD 


Rams 


Lambs 



East Bay 

North Bay 

Little Bay 

LaPoile 

LaPlante .... 

Ireland Island ... . 
Indian Harbour ... 

West Point 

Petites 

Harbour le Cou .. 
Diamond Cove ... 

Caines Island 

Rose Blanche 

Brazil 

Burnt Islands 

Isle aux Morte .. 

Fox Roost 

Margaree 

Port aux Basques 

Channel 

Lake's Brook 

Mouse Island 

Grand Bay East ... 
Grand Bay West.. 
Rocky Barachoix . . 
Long Grade Farm 

Osborne's 

Cape Ray 



I 



12 
27 
36 



40 
32 



11 

2 

80 

102 

19 

39 

54 

63 

6 

34 

39 

48 

3 



30 
112 



2 
1 
9 
4 
1 
1 
17 
15 



5 
13 



8 
24 



6 

l 
15! 

I 

7! 



36 
30 



20 

42 

9 

16 

27 
27 



10 
18 
41 



19 

63 



GOATS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



645 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



as 



S-l 
01 

> 
O 
w 

a 



o 



MILK 



W CO 

3 a> 



i— i T3 
' O 



M 



BUTTER 



3 

M CO 

o <3 



MILK 



CO 
w OS 

as 'q 



SGGS 



no 
Wco 



O H3 



SPh 



FURS 



r-« CO 

|s 
|g 



3 



a) 
3 

> 



13 

39 

74 

2 



42 

121 

141 

81 

12 

285 

12 

227 

224 

30 

63 

794 

499 

46 

63 

73 

22 

3 

200 

53 



2 
50 

4 
19 



21 
54 
95 
52 



141 
11 

129 
17 
23 
24 

540 

429 
16 



741 
17 



200 



600 
2,075 
1,860 



1,540 



3,900 



1,400 
694 



600 
1,300 

200 

1,200 

1,910 

10,475 



70 
730' 
382 



255 



830 



200 

7 



501 
160 



25 

240 

1,587 



200 



300 

75 



80 

277 

388 

14 

45 



166 
642 
762 
232i 
53 

1,206 
35 
804 
722 
133 
218 

7,591 

4,408 
429 
704 
923 
272 
45 

2,000 



513 



110 



13 



82 


45 






3 


25 


1 
4 


10 
135 



































210i 



646 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












in 

CD 


to 

S 
K 


w 
.a 

6 


s 


District St. George-Port au Port 


5,450 


168 


4,071 


38 


Value, 


38,150 


1,680 


16,284 


266 




3 


1 


1 






3 




2 




McDougall's Guldh 


28 


1 


20 




St. Andrews 


249 


11 


200 




Tompkins 


183 


10 


168 






171 


6 


153 






166 


4 


108 






38 


1 


12 
















201 


12 


103 






159 


10 


136 






193 


9 


132 




MiUville 


95 


5 


65 






49 


2 


48 




Codroy and Cape Anguille 


386 


7 


336 







88 


3 


71 






139 


1 


123 







255 




204 




44 




19 




75 




56 




142 


1 


102 




Codroy Pond 


11 


1 


7 





























i 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



647 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



7 
56 



POULTRY 



CO 
CO 



cu 

> 
o 



X 



U 



',390 
'390 



9,809 
7,357 



5 

23 

408 

313 

317 

345 

76| 

I 

12 

235 

113 

214 

143 

103 

519 

157 

287 

335 

93 

36 

165 

17 

17 



23 
254 
306 
230 
258 



MILK BUTTER 






' T3 
, CO 



C5S 



3 

M CO 

:§* 

J 4) 
o ™ 



11 

202 

90 

235 

112 

74 

384 

158 

234 

322 

61 

19 

202 

25 

28 



507,480 
202,992 



240 

240 

2,300 

19,005 

24,035 

19,885 

19,190 

4,900 



17,485 

14,385 

11,790 

7,045 

2,690 

15,430 

7,875 

8,478 

4,640 

1,390 

1,730 

8,810 

2,640 

800 



83,322 
24,997 



32 



272 
5,784 
5,225 
5,755 
3,922 

900 



MILK 



M 



CO 
CO "q 

Offl 



EGGS 



m 

.Oi 

m r- f 
N 

O T3 

^ <U 

u 



Q 

£0. 



FURS 



|"S 

3 CJ 



2,970 
3,910 
3,820 
2,500 
750 
3,072 
1,335 
2,329 

1,135| 

I 
250 

370 

1,605 

60 



7,393 
2,957 



69,322| 



24,263 



I 



50 

1,720] 

I 

381 



1,472[ 
I 



1301 



205 

2,105 

4,265 

2,845 

2,533 

294 

75 

2,105 

890 

909 

730 

569 

2,100 

1,118 

1,705 

1,237| 

567] 

130J 

I 

759j 

115] 

45| 






35! 



3 



0) 
3 

7$ 
> 



648 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Cartyville 

Robinson's 

Robinson's Station ... 

Heatherton 

Fischell's 

Fischell's Siding 

Shallop Cove 

Muddy Hole 

Flat Bay 

St. Teresa's 

Journois 

Matt's Point 

Barachoix 

St. George's 

Sandy Point 

Stephenville 

Kippen's 

Stephenville Crossing 

White's Road 

Black Duck 

Island Pool 

Dump Pool 

Jack Burke's 

Harry's Brook 

George's Lake 

Spruce Brook 

Howards 



SHEEP 






72 

172 

49 

74 



77 
15 



8 

6 

125 

3 

453 

25 

52 



B 
a 
K 



26 
4 



e 

a 



62 
127 

35 

50 



19 



9 

91 

1 

274 

14 

31 



GOATS 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



649 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 






POULTRY 



u 



> 
O 

a 

CD 

a 



2! 



128 

245 

70 

153 
26 
16 

204 
89 
35 
47 
21 
43 
26 

876 

267 

588 
68 

250 

63 



17 
75 
20 
58 
4 



■a 
u 



129 
304 

69 
170 

17 



301 
109 

49 

50 

38 

35 

40 

I 

1,278! 

167] 

714 ! 

85 

364 

103 



37 

25 

15 

144 



MILK 



Pi Oi 



1! 

5-5 

7,900 
12,855 
2,265 
5,890 
2,840 



BUTTER 



11,420 
4,150 
2,010 
4,700 
4,080 
1,640 
1,500 

20,922 
7,095 

35,347 
2,588 
9,238 

4,445 



720 



1,280 



3 
CO"* 

" CO 



1,577 

2,264 

450 

446 

460 



MILK 



1,352 
700 
200 
400 
100 
100 
490 

1,307 
440 

2,217 
130 
360 

412 



W OS 



EGGS 



60 

N 

O rr) 
P 2 

"■I 



185 

1 

110 

643 



67 



25 



2,560 



FURS 





'J3- 




en 


£2 


3 

Pn 






« 5 


o 


•9 K 


V 


S 3 


3 


3 S3 


ns 


iz; w 


> 



945 

2,056 

635 

1,307 

296 

35 

757 

389 

130 

269 

84 

376 

287 

7,773 

2,049 

5,507 

963 

2,866 

890 



137 

120 
808 



650 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 1 5. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 




e 


CO 

s 

CO 


HI 

H 
fa 


Port au Port 

Felix Cove 

Goose Pond Road 

Bellman's Cove 


168 

69 

1 

4 


14 
1 


148 

56 

1 


1 


Aguathuna 







Boswarlos 

Romaine's Brook ., 

Point au Maul 

Fox Island River . 
Campbell's Creek .. 
Abraham's Cove .. .. 

Jerry's Nose 

Tom Touche's Cove 

Ship Cove 

Lower Cove 

Sheave's Cove 

March's Point 

Red Brook 

De Grau 

Cape St. George 

Mainland 

Three Rock Cove ... . 

Salmon Cove 

Lourdes 

Winter House ... 

Black Duck Brook ... 



33 
31 
21 
63 

72 

6 

I 

19) 

23J 

66J 

2: 

30 

56 

23 

61 

123 
65[ 
72 
32 

118 
91 
85 



27 
27 
13 
53 
86 
5 
16 
22J 
49 i 



1 


24 




1 


16 




3 

] 


47 
13 






1 


48 




2 


81 

44 






62 j 


1 


241 


3 


76; 


3 


58| 


2 


91 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



651 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



0) 



POULTRY 



a! 



CD 

> 

O 

w 

a 
X 



402 

75 

8 

22 

131 
70 
43 
17 
46 
59 
15 
19 
37 
39 
34 
39 
63 
28 
52 

121 

83 

102" 

8 

68 

70 

115 



O 



MILK 



407 
47 
14 
35 

121 
72 
64 
27 
40 
53 
6 
33 
4 
43 
28 
65 
96 
42 

137 
80 
84 

237 



76 

82 

131 



r— I Ci 



1 T3 

, p. 






BUTTER 



3 
03 ^ 

hi CD 

o ,2 



26,967 

6,250 

270 

1,270 

3,170 

11,410 
2,140 
2,315 
5,750 

10,050 
850 
1,850 
1,820 
2,650 
1,525 
3,075 
7,475 
2,100 
6,900 

14,060 
6,025 
8,545 
2,215 
8,620 
10,205 
5,235 



3,332 
1,030 



MILK 



C5cn 



120 

185 

1,605 

348 

240 

512 

3,790 

710 

30 

270[ 

445 

15 

30 

550 

105 

489 

1,339 

610 

2,174 

300 

1,140 

1,209 

1,050 



35 



EGGS 



90 
181 



$1 



N 

q cd 
M o 



FURS 



3,508 
4701 
50| 
205 
880 
433 
537 
95 
320 
535 
170 
147 
200 
431 
350 
309 
723 
141 
470 
714 
531 
816 





40- 








3 

fc 






S'g 


o 


■q u 


CD 


U 


3 


£ w 


> 













494 
569 

702 



652 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SETTLEMENTS 


SHEEP 


GOATS 






s 

CO 


Lambs 


i— < 

CO 

E 

c 


Long Point 
Tea Cove 






56 

a 






43 
5 

51 




West Bay ... 





78 















West Bay Centre 
Piccadilly 



971 



37: 



70| 
22; 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



653 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



z 



> 

o 






MILK BUTTER 



a 

0) 
M 
u 

2 

u 



« 2 



3 

O « 



MILK 



^i 



en Oi 



EGGS 



w; 



ISO, 



FURS 





<»■ 


£2 


m 

H 

3 


fe 


I'S 


<4-t 

o 
(1) 


£ 3 


3 


1 £ 


3 


£ to 


> 



43 1 

14| 

90] 

I 
1151 

34! 



731 



35! 
I 

so; 

i 

93) 



28| 



3,470] 

I 

800| 

I 

3,720| 

6,520| 

I 

2,360 



450 

35 

403 

1,185 

220 



80| 



154 

34 

598 

546) 

175 1 



654 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District of Humber 

Value, $ 

Kitty's Brook 

Howley 

Junction Brook 

Upper Humber 

Halcyon 

Nicholsville 

Deer Lake West 

Lake Siding 

Little Harbour 

Pynn's Brook 

Pasadena 

Sou'th Brook 

Deer Lake 

Rocky Brook 

Humbermouth 

Corner Brook 

Curling 

Petries ■■■■ 

Georgetown 

Mount Moriah 

Cook's Pond and Siding 

Cook's Brook 

Halfway Point 

Benoit's Cove 



1,970 
13,790 



31 

62 



35 
1 
30 
72 
27 
101 



SHEEP 




IP 

s 

rt 


CO 

.O 
B 

to 



88 
73 



98 
980 



12 
9 
2 



1,1591 
4,636 



17 
1 
13 
49 
19 
63 



67 
56 



GOATS 



a 

e 

fa 



153 
1,071 



22 
2 



56 



11 

37 
3 
2 
5 
4 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



655 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


CD 

"cd 


to 

<D 
JH 

TH 

Sh 

> 

O 

a 

CD 
W 


w 

a 

CD 

M 
a 

2 
O 




No. Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


35 

% ■# 
m 

o 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


3C0 

Li t-j 

■9 >-< 

237 



Value of Furs, $ 


30 
240 


11,829 
11,829 


9,040 
6,780 


144,298 
57,719 


14,221 
4,266 


45,668 
18,267 


87,540 
30,639 


1,135 












2,130 
1,300 






1 1 




456 
112 


272 
75 


70 
180 


830 


3,081 
874 


1 


5 


1 










35 

132 

321 

27 

76 

20 

58 

132 

627 


28 
69 
183 
16 
48 
21 

78 
584 

646 
2,970 
776 
341 
227 
657 

196 
180 


1,350 

10,900 

4,900 


190 
840 
525 


3,900 
2,700 


194 

883 

2,832 

199 

677 

195 

655 

1,397 

4,191 











6 




2 






7 


























770 








8 


10 




22 


520 


2 
2 


1,106 

3,864 

972 

557 

229 

555 

28 

2 

239 

187 


9,620 
40,175 
3,610 
8,638 
2,080 
5,290 


25 
1,349 

95 
230 

28 
330 


980 

27,875 

1,770 

6,065 

150 

550 




10,523 
31,560 
3,182 
3,350 
1,576 
4,090 
250 








20 



150 














2 




















2,370 
3,010 


6471 

1 
592! 

1 


2,376 
1,855 



























656 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



John's Beach 

Voy's Beach 

Frenchman's Cove 

Little Port 

Batteau Cove 

Lark Harbour 

York Harbour 

Chimney Cove 

Hughe's Brook 

Irishtown 

Summerside 

Meadows 

Gillams 

Mclvers 

Brake's Cove 

Cox's Cove 

Penguin Arm 

Goose Arm 

Innismara 

Wood's Island Harbour.. 



SHEEP 



5 



£ 



11 

7 

57 

25 

26 

140 

51 

62 

1 

35 

108 

157 

120 

145 

53 

146 



36 
105 
143 



5 
20 
12 

6 

1 
1 
1 



J3 



93 
42 

36 



10 
75 
97 
67 
92 
56 
95 



12 

77 
79 



GOATS 






C3 




0) 




7 






6 






34 






17 






17 





CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



657 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



CO 

o 



V 

> 

O 

C 

o 



41' 
43; 

107' 

i 

15; 
22 
177 
49 
57 



I 

66 j 
333J 

308 j 

142| 

I 

214J 

92 

133 



10 
147 
138 



MILK 



c 
o 






19 

J, 

49 
G 
29 
128 
82 
65 



285 
257 
120 
280 



92 



20 
138 

771 



1! 

I 2 



BurrER 



OJ 

+-» 
3 

J (D 
O JS 



480' 



1,740! 

I 

1,495: 

970! 

3,7Ss' 

2,8301 

I 
2,875! 



1,660 
3,720 
7,290| 
4,050 
2,810 
1,230 
760 



MILK 






128 



323 

I 
189! 

I 
1991 

i 
241j 

190! 

594 



240 

452 

1,627' 

1,175 

747 

505 

45 



8,100 1,490! 

I I 

4,3601 9651 



EGGS 



m 

He? 
.03 

S'2 



FURS 



30 



100 ; 



270! 

322| 

I 

75! 

i 
I 



is; 

I 

30 : 





«& 








3 


fe 






s-g 





"IS 


CD 
3 


| &j 


CO 


Zic 


> 



4151 

I 

830 

1,723! 

971 

118' 

1,123! 

1 
2911 

309i 



1 



5131 
1,742| 
2,0851 
1,120 
1,730 
216 
280 



693| 

I 
3451 



193 ! 

I 
1 



435 



658 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



District St. Barbe 

Value, $ 

Trout River 

Curzon Village 

Woody Point 

Muddy Brook 

Winter House Brook.. 

St. Joseph's Cove 

Shoal Brook 

Silver Point 

Birchy Head 

Silverton 

Glenburnie 

Lomond 

Eastern Ann 

Neddies Harbour 

Gad's Harbour 

Norris Point 

Wild Cove 

Rocky Harbour 

Bear Cove 

Woody Cove 

Lobster Cove Head ... 

Lobster Cove 

Bakers Brook 

Green Point 

Salley's Cove 




GOATS 



s 



1,95.8 


54 


1,066 


123 


13,706 


540 


4,264 


861 


90 


7 


260 


1 


50 


2 


27 


11 


29 





15 


] 


4 




2 


4 


19 




16 


6 


10 




6 


1 


48 


6 


28 


21 


22 


1 


6 


8 


36 


2 


22 


7 


27 


1 


10 


5 


77 


11 


28 


11 


6 




6 


5 


10 


1 


4 




30 




20 


4 


.. 


1 


4 




57 


5 


31 


15 


17 


2 


9 


4 


114 


4 


59 




41 





23 


2 


18 


1 


9 


1 




25 


1 


13 


I 


19 


1 


10 





10 
66 




5 
38 


4 





5 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



659 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



32: 



0) 

> 
O 

c 

cu 

a 



4,902 

i 

4,902 : 



4.053 



3,040 



389 


332 


212 


173 


1 

292 


241 


17 


3 


■54 


73 


31 


36 


100 


61 


1 

74 


30 


64 


41 


1 

43 


20 


68 


17 


179 


154 


1 13 




52 


80 


13 




328 


280 


50 


101 


172 


263 


47 


54 


15 


2 


25 


10 


15 


23 


7 


15 




6 


70 


74 




FURS 





«*- 






3" 
1*3 


^ 
3 


h 











& a 


cu 


B 3 


2 


§£ 


to 


J5W 


> 



547 



2,443 



1,785 


1 


10 


1,064 

1,491 

80 






1 

1 








192 


! 

i . 




90 
395 


1 




| 
1 




361 






260 


1 




175 


1 

1 


385 


j 
1 




795 


1 

1 


K 


146 


1 

11 
1 


25 


278 


1 

!.... 

1 




65 


1 

! . . 




1,849 


1 
1 

1 


1? 


167 


j .... 




960 


1 

21 
| 


40 


342 


1 - 




91 


. .| 


125 


1 
1 


119 


1 
1 




62 


8 


6 




4 1 

I 

40| 

1 


65 




452 


148 



660 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



TablclS. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, .etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Martin's Point 

Broom Point 

St. Paul's 

Cow Head 

Belldown's Point 

Three Mile Rock 

Parson's Pond .... .- 

Portland Creek 

Daniel's Harbour 

Bellburns 

River of Ponds 

Spirity Cove 

King's Cove 

Hawke's Bay 

Port Saunders 

Gargamelle 

Point Riche 

Old Port au Choix 

Port au Choix 

Eddie's Cove West ... .. 

Tilt Cove (St. John's Bay) 

St. John's Island 

Doctor's Brook 

Barr'd Harbour 

Castor River 

Bartlett's Harbour 

New Ferrole 




14' 



11. 



GOATS 



! 


fa 




1 
7! 






o 






19 




1 


78 : . 








. 




14 . 






1 
5 : 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



661 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



aj 



01 
> 

O 

a 



a 

X 
o 

2 
u 



MILK 



;=! at 



BUTTER 



3 

CO ■* 
M co 

.a 



MILK 



CO 
W OS 

fl-H 

Ow 



EGGS 



SO 
Hco 

N 
OVj 

$ 






FURS 





<«■ 






»J ~ 


S 


C a> 


fa 


VH iH 










o 


■9 " 


0) 


G 3 


3 


3 Sj 


as 


Zoi 


. > 



13 

8 

61 

186 

13 
8 

236 
48 

217 

130 
35 
46 
49 
26 

201 

29 

16 

47 

91 

30 

6 

7 

10 

17 

5 

11 
15 



13 

3 

37 

148 

34 
21 
183 
67 
93 
60 
11 
32 
15 



173 

21 
12 
28 
78 
19 



12 



13 
16 
32 
23 



960 

240 

6,400 

15,800 

1,680 

1,200 

14,385 

3,760 

11,610 

5,625 

960 

2,260 

3,280 



6,170 
1,420 

360 
1,140 

770 
2,040 



1,200 

550 

660 

3,630 

2,600 



300 

150 

1,680 

3,620 

330 

210 

3,065 

420 

3,255 

1,260 

270 

780 

1,105 



1,370 
350 
100 
300 
200 
720 



400 
200 
200 
1,040 
855 



90 

50 

441 

1,224 

97 

54 

1,601 

305 

1,917 

1,252 

260 

313 

326 

75 

785 

80 

80 

190 

300 

80 

30 

35 

20 

51 

30 

50 

75 



11 

10 
4 
1 

29 
8 

33 

36 
7 
7 
3 



I 



129 

2 



I 



12 



89 
59 



662 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Ferrole Point 

Shoal Cove (West).. 

Reef's Harbour 

Bird Cove 

Brig Bay 

Plum Point 

Blue Cove 

Pond Cove 

St. Genevieve Bay.. 
Gooseberry Island.... 

Current Island 

Forrest's Tickle 

Black Duck Cove .. 

Pigeon Cove 

St. Barbe Bay 

Anchor Point 

Deadman's Cove .. .. 

Bear Cove 

Chamber's Island... 

Seal Point 

Flower's Cove 

Nameless Cove 

Mistaken Cove 

Savage Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Shoal Cove 

Poyne's Cove 



SHEEP 









B 

CO 



GOATS 



fa 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



663 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



POULTRY 



CO 



u 

CD 

> 
O 

s 

CD 

M 



a 

u 

u 



MILK 



31 

in ® 

o3 
id ^ 

« 2 



BUTTER 



CO 






MILK 



^ 



CO 

w OS 



a 

o 
'ffl 



o 
w 



EGGS 

on 
S^ 

. CO 

w th 

N 

Og 
So, 



FURS 






3 



CU 

3 
> 



10 

43 

36 

30 

31 

45 

15 

3 

4 

8 

27 

23 

21 

7 



74 
23 
35 
14 
301 



29 
38 
76 
4 
41 
16 



12 



32 
40 
2 
14 
301 



165 


127 


22 


7 


14 




35 


3 


66 


32 


32 


30 


8 


24 



1,510 
6,520 
3,200 
2,860 
1,500 
1,450 
3,600 
1,500 
1,350 
900 
5,000 
4,150 
3,150 



450 
8,060 
1,820 
1,800 

950 

5,120| 

I 
6,610| 

2,550 

700 

3,450 

3,555 

2,086 

1,680 



400 

1,920 

1,060 

550 

480 

400 

975 

360 

360 

240 

1,740 

1,030 

720 



80 

3,000 

475 

450 

220 

1,180| 

I 
1,750[ 

540 

140 

950 

1,396 

581 

450 



11 



211 



135 

305 

270 

90 

155 

60 

15 

20 

40 

100 

95 

125 

30 



135 

80 

95 

60 

125| 

I 

7191 

I 

93' 

I 

21 

116 

230 

82 

27 



15 



12 



664 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 


Ewes 


Rams 


en 

a 

as 


0) 

r— 1 

CO 

B 
<u 
En 


Green Island Cove .. 










Lower Cove 










Green Island Brook 










Eddie's Cove 










Four Mile Cove 










Big Brook 

















CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



665 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 






POULTRY 



u 




CO 




<u 




!" 




H 




tl 




CD 


CO 


> 


c 


O 


0) 
■id 






C 




CD 


2 


ffi 


u 



MILK BUTTER 



103 

5 
35 
26 

5 
16 



102 
10 
45 
15 
6 
57 



a| 

■3-5 

On, 



3 

CO 
JO 

■"3 



5,972 

500 

3,400 

3,200 

2,000 



MILK 



CO 



1,790 
100 
940 
450 

300 



EGGS 

w 

BO 

W rH 
N 

Qg 

SO, 



358 
23 
92 
92 
25 

160 



FURS 



£2 

H 73 

S3 



3 

Pn 



35 
V 

52 



666 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



West St. Modeste 

Pinware 

Carrot's Cove 

Red Bay 

Fry's Cove 

Barbe Bay 

Henley Harbour 

Cape Charles 

Battle Harbour 

Indian Harbour 

Mary's Harbour 

Fox Harbour 

Deep Water Creek 

Seal Bight . .... 

Murray's Harbour 

William's Harbour 

Francis Harbour Bight 
Fishing Ships Harbour 
George's Cove 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 


03 


Rams 


a 

CO 

1-1 


3) 

7— 

a 

B 


District Labrador 

Value, $ 


r 

29 
203 


2 

20 




26 

182 


L'Anse au Clair 






] 


Forteau 




1 




3 









L'Anse au Loup 











L'Anse au Diable 










Capstan Island 





















26 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



667 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


Male 


Hens Over 1 Year 


a 

CD 

M 
o 

U 


3cs 
« g 


No Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


<n 
u 
3 

o 

0) 
3 

> 


6 


960 
960 


212 
159 


16,850 
6,740 


3,090 
927 




3,832 
1,341 


11,235 

1 


109,919 


48 


















360 
4,250 
4,240 
2,480 


40 

988 

1,130 

608 







89; 

27 1 
5 

149 

I 
5 

5 

43 

6 

87 

12 

19 

49 

27 

3 

9 

3 

73 

5 

2 

3 

26 

16 

40 

17 


152 


2 


11 


16 


50 


16 
81 






6 









722 







68 




1 










61 

















200 








800 


194 







80 










40 


3 


171 
32 
28 
78 
67 
26 


. .. 



710 


130 




500 
150 


1,034 
83 










86 




65 
8 


558 
40 
40 






272 
356 

175 


535 






363 




28 






95 




33 
11 










130 
10 


35 










639 












82 




3 
6 
11 
16 
2 
9 










15 
14 
6 
65 
40 
35 


20 












40 




6 








312 












184 




5 








500 










187 































668 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1.935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



Square Island 

Snug Harbour 

Triangle 

Venison Island .. . 
Hawke's Harbour . 
Bolster's Rock 

Seal Island 

Black Bear Bay ... 

Batteau 

Spotted Islands ... 

Black Tickle 

Red Point 

Indian Tickle 

Grady 

Cape North 

Hare Harbour 

Hare Island 

Snook Cove .. 

Cartwright 

Separation Point 
Indian Harbour ... 

Independent 

Dumpling 

Packs Harbour .. 

West Bay 

Fish Cove 

Flat water 



SHEEP 



c 
a 



B 

CO 



GOATS 



CD 

ra 

E 

<D 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



669 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


o 
« 

§ 


t8 

CD 

i» 

!h 
tD 

> 

o 

to 

a 

a 


a 

o 

o 


\\ 

■S3 


No Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


No. of Dozs. Eggs 
Produced 1934 


Number Furs 
Secured 1934 


«3- 

tn 

fa 

O 

tu 

3 

r—l 

td 
> 





7 

20 

1 

9 

20 


13 


25 






33 

20 

65 

110 


61 


625 


1 






1 


30 
29 






45 

10 

10 

3 

47 

5 

31 

69 

4 

1 

23 

16 

81 

7 

10 

15 

355 

132 

10 

173 

"11 

576 

49 

4 

42 


570 






105 






85 






1 








64 
















502 
















55 








' 








225 




■ 












755 
















58 
















15 
















300 
















150 
















526 
















87 
















1 87 




4 
66 


10 
5 








20 
397 


207 










3,676 










1,630 
















100 
















I 1,190 
















1 100 




15 










100 


| 4,007 












| 730 
















71 
















335 



















670 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





SHEEP 


GOATS 


SETTLEMENTS 












03 
V 


01 

E 
re 

(B 


w 
XI 

E 

CO 

►J 


£ 








1 






1 

1 


Cunningham Bight 






1 

1 








































































Salt Water Pond 




















































3 


1 




































































Double Mere 














! 
t 



































CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



671 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


MILK 


BUTTER 


MILK 


EGGS 


FURS 


Male 


CD 

111 
> 

o 

CO 

a 
K 


CO 

a 

CD 

M 
o 

o 


3*" 

Is 

T3 ° 


No. Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Mill: 
Sold 1934 


en 

BO 

W« 
.05 

CO i-i 
N 
O 13 

<u 
o 

£° 


Mtrj 


95- 

CO 

U 

3 

<4-l 

o 

CD 

3 
nj 
> 






1 


1 


1 


1 




64 

196 

19 

82 

22| 

65 

36 

10 

3 

71 

251 

58 

5 

115 

267 

136 

1,809 

735 

300 

179 

177 

45 

1 

70 

40 

| 66 

1 21 


850 















936 
















167 
















300 
















155 
















750 
















200 
















32 
















20 
















255 














1,917 
















447 
















100 
















1,000 

















1,930 
















400 




217 
17 


77 
3 


3,297 






971 
116 


21,941 








3,111 










3,100 
















200 
















1,160 




31 


4 








21 


400 










5 
















1,020 
















500 
















850 






:i::.. 


( 




218 




1 I 


1 







672 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 



SETTLEMENTS 



SHEEP 



<U 






6 

a 



GOATS 



£ 
o 



Winter's Cove 

Big Island 

Shell Island 

Indian Harbour 

Tilt Cove 

Tessinjaluk 

Leal Cove 

Adlavik 

Big Bight 

Makkovik 

Ailik 

Kipokak 

Island Harbour 

Hopedale 

Kanagetok Bay 

Allatok Bay 

Big Bay 

Flower's Cove 

Davis Inlet 

Tunungajoaulk .. : 

Aman's Cove 

Daniel's Rattle 

Okpatik Bay 

Tessinjak 

Tikkersiak Bight 

Nain and Voisey's Bay . 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



673 



Table 15. Livestock, Livestock Products and Poultry, etc., by Settlements 





POULTRY 


Gallons Milk | 
Produced 1934 g 


BUTTER 


MILK 


No. of Dozs. Eggs Q 
Produced 1934 g 


FURS 


0) 

"a 

3 


u 
a 
<u 

5* 

rH 

S-i 
CD 

> 
O 

CO 

a 


CO 

a 

M 
o 

ic 

U 


No Lbs. Butter 
Made 1934 


Gallons Milk 
Sold 1934 


3 CO 

Eh ,-H 


co" 

Ph 
o 

CI 

3 

"to 

> 






1 






I 


311 400 






1 
| 






1 


8 
23 
70 
10 

106 
37 
18 
40 
74 
72 

137 
70 

405 
26 

145 

130 
74 
37 
22| 


100 




i 


1 .. 







1 


250 
















1,116 















100 














1,240 


1 

I 












506 
















260 
















600 




28 
5 










100 
8 


1,330 










1,440 










2,165 
















1.16C 




11 










53 


4,590 










260 
















1,528 
















1,290 

















865 
















397 
















196 
















131 145 
















27 1 365 
















1 
561 695 


- 














81 75 
















1 
181 

2,2101 


190 




i 










24,800 




1 













674 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



Table 16. Breeds of Cattle 



BREED 


Cows 


Bulls 


Total 


Holstein 


462 


25 


487 




69 


5 


74 




586 


27 


613 




418 


14 


432 




12,890 


840 


13,730 




14,425 


911 


15,336 



CENSUS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, 1935 



675 



Table 17. Breeds of Sheep, Goats, Poultry 



BREEDS 



SHEEP: 

Shropshire 

Southdown 

Black Faced Highlanders 

Oxford Cheviot 

Yorkshire 

Not Given 



Total Number Sheep 

GOATS: 

Toggenburg 

Not Given 

Total Number Goats .. 



POULTRY: 

Rhode Island Red 
Plymouth Rock 

Leghorns 

Sussex 

Orphington 



Black Giant 
Black Minorca 



Brahma 

Wyandotte 

Not Given 

Total Number Poultry 



Number 



148 

39 

26 

1 

1 

87,335 



88,050 



46 
15,025 



15,071 



2,534 

14,158 

17,456 

181 

195 

302 
538 

110 

659 

350,691 



386,824 



Statistics Canada Library 
Blbllotheque Statlstlque Canada 



1010029757 



|^ Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 
LIBRARY - BIB 



^EQUE 



Call No. -Cote 
DOC 
CA2 

NF 



Author & Title - Auteur et titre 
Newfoundland . Dept . 
of Public Health and 
Welfare 



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